1996

The Activists Handbook

The Activist’s Handbook is a hard-hitting guide to winning social change in the 1990s. Randy Shaw, attorney and longtime activist for urban issues, shows how positive change can still be accomplished despite an increasingly grim political order, if activists employ the strategies set forth in this desperately needed primer.

1996

President Hotel Owes Damages

Tenderloin Hotel Owner owes tenants for damages. Tenants forced to live with leaking ceilings, unclean environments and assault have a win in the court of appeals.

 

 

1996

Activism? He Wrote the Book On It

Randy Shaw director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic critiques and applauds activism in San Francisco and speaks of his new book “The Activists Handbook”.

1996

Evicting Judges From The Rental Business

A governor’s race tackles the issue of the governor’s power to make judicial appointments that will shape housing policy and land use laws.

1996

Evictions for Profit

Tenderloin Housing Clinic brings attention to the increasing number of owner-move in evictions despite the lack of media coverage and inadequate legislative action.

1996

Aggressive Tactics in Liquor Store Litigation

THC files S.F. Superior Court Case on behalf of neighbors, with a local liquor store and its owners as defendants. The liquor store “Maryland Market” is said to be a plight to the neighborhood as it allows illegal activity that hurts the neighborhood.