The SoMa Waterfront continues to be treated with geographic discrimination by our City government. TIME’S UP!
Join me in Fighting for our Equal Rights in SF!
Here’s what you can do to join other neighbors who are tired of the geographic discrimination and who want to get a normal community process to talk about this Navigation Center proposal and negotiate so that our neighborhood is not less safe and less clean:
- Visit the website https://sfresidents.com/act-now and click on your Supervisorial District (SoMa, Mission Bay, and Tenderloin residents are District 6, Supervisor Matt Haney) to have an email auto populate to send – and SEND IT!
- Since Mayor London Breed is not respecting our community, one of our options is to hire a lawyer to fight the City tooth and nail. That takes money, and I encourage you to donate $250 or whatever it is worth to you to try to protect your kids from commonly seeing drug addicts injecting their body parts by our homes, your wives/girlfriends from a high concentration of registered sex offenders, and yourself from knife wielding schizophrenic violent people who really need a mental health hospital – not a bunk on the SoMa Waterfront.
- Please share these bullet points and links with your neighbors. East SoMa has a total count of 50 homeless people according to the latest count – so know that the City’s line about the Navigation Center is intended to help our homeless neighbors already on our streets is a total lie. Hell, I have been walking by the same neighbor on the 100 block of Main Street ever since I moved to Rincon Hill in 2006 – he seems content and I do not expect he’d want to move indoors if invited, frankly. The Mayor needs to be able to take the bad behaving drug addicts and schizophrenic mentally ill out of the other 10 Supervisorial Districts and contain them in District 6 as has been the geographically discriminatory practice of San Francisco government for decades now. Please help fight this inequality that should stop being foisted upon just District 6 instead of shared equitably across all San Francisco Supervisor districts – the Marina, Richmond, Sunset, and so on need to STEP UP.
A neighbor has compiled an excellent booklet that I encourage you to read and share with your neighbors about why this is an awful location, in the midst of San Francisco Giants and soon Golden State Warriors and concert foot traffic along our gorgeous waterfront, to build a mega 225 person drug addict and mentally disturbed institution.
Good news – Port Commissioners are waking up and realizing hundreds of residents are organizing along the SoMa Waterfront, and they had better think twice about rubber stamping this proposed mega drug addict/mental health shelter at Seawall Lot 330. Get involved – don’t be a compliant sheep and allow the inequality and discrimination against the SoMa Waterfront to go uncontested by you and your loved ones. FIGHT!