Don’t miss your opportunity to register for One San Mateo’s City Council Candidates’ Forum. It’s coming up this Tuesday!
[EVENT] Eviction tsunami looms – Attend action 8.21.20 to stop the wave
Renters by the thousands are at immediate risk. Unless our Supervisors take action now, a tsunami of evictions will begin crashing all around us, forcing families from their homes and leaving many without a place to live. The People’s Alliance of San Mateo County (PASMC), in conjunction with LUNA and El Comite de Vecinos, is planning … Continue reading [EVENT] Eviction tsunami looms – Attend action 8.21.20 to stop the wave
One San Mateo Meeting
One San Mateo Meeting
Wednesday, February 26th @ 7 P.M.
The Congregational Church of San Mateo
225 Tilton Ave. San Mateo
Please join us as we dig down on our work for the year. We’ve got some exciting events that we need to start working on right now. Let’s join hands and get it done!
October 3rd’s The Color of Law Event Showed Us What the True Character of a Community Should Look Like
Thank you to the approximately 400 people who came to October 3rd’s presentation by Professor Richard Rothstein. It was a truly powerful evening, one that we believe brought greater light to the minds of both the not yet informed and the already somewhat informed alike.
[EVENT] The Color of Law: The Hidden History Shaping Our Communities Today
Today, housing discrimination based on race or ethnicity is against the law. In recent history, it was required.
Please join us for a riveting presentation by Richard Rothstein—renowned author of The Color of Law and Thurgood Marshall Fellow of the NAACP—as he explores how federal, state, and local governments systematically and intentionally imposed residential segregation in American cities from Boston to San Francisco. The hidden history of this officially sanctioned and mandated discrimination in housing has direct implications for how we address the racial and other divisions pulling at our communities today.
[EVENT] Car-Light Housing: More Affordability, Less Traffic
Transportation and housing are at a crisis point in Silicon Valley, and they’re connected to another hot issue: climate change. What can we do to solve all three problems simultaneously?