Racial & institutional justice

The SF Bay Area, like the rest of the United States, suffers from racial and institutional injustices.

The San Francisco Bay Area is full of fighters for justice.

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The Bay Area is one of the most diverse in the U.S.

The housing crisis is placing the region's diversity at risk. Since 1980, the region’s high cost of living has pushed out many of its Black and Latinx residents, contributing to significant decline in the Black population overall and the resegregation of the region as lower-income Black and Latinx residents are displaced to the outer suburbs.

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There is overcrowding and injustice in Bay Area prisons.

3 Bay Area prisons-- San Quentin (Marin), California Medical Facility (Solano), California State Prison (Solano)-- house a combined 9,924 people, at an average 122.6% occupancy rate.

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Police use force on Black and Latinx residents in the Bay Area is higher than for Whites.

The use of force incidents on Black civilians was 21 per 100,000 compared with only 5 per 100,000 overall. Black Americans comprise less than 9 percent of residents served by the Bay Area Rapid Transit Police Department (BPD) but represented 63 percent of people who experienced force.

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Why support SF Bay Area racial justice activists?

No Poverty

Bay Area Black and Latinx families are 2x as likely to not have three months of savings.

Reduced Inequalities

Reducing inequalities improves the quality of life for all in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Institutional racism and implicit bias hurt our communities.

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There are many local San Francisco Bay Area activists working to restore the environment and fight climate change locally.

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Racial justice around town

Community coming together to advocate for justice.

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