2020-11-18 The City of San Diego has released its draft “CAPER” (Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report). This report describes how the City is doing spending HUD grant money. The report is always eye-opening. In it, for example, you will find that they plan to help 62,000 people with equity issues over the 5 years of […]
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April 20, 2020 Just two short weeks ago, the NAACP San Diego Branch published an article (see sandiegonaacp.org/cv19enforcement) urging residents to obey the public health orders, but also urging law enforcement to use common sense when enforcing these orders, so as not to endanger lives unnecessarily. On Saturday, April 18th, a “Freedom Rally” was held […]
When America catches a cold, black Americans get the flu but when America contracts #ThatRona, black Americans die
April 17, 2020 When America catches a cold, black Americans get the flu but when America contracts #ThatRona, black Americans die PREEXISTING CONDITION: RACISM It is most certainly not being suggested here that the Corona Virus or any virus for that matter can be racist. No, but we all know very well that policies and […]
April 9, 2020 Re: Judicial Council Gets it Right, City Gets it Wrong These are critical times for housing in our city. Adding COVID-19 onto an already untenable housing market is like pouring gasoline on a fire. We are grateful to the Judicial Council for providing some relief to tenants, however temporary, but we are […]