While tech companies and hedge funds are trying to take over our city, we continue to organize working class communities of color for affordable housing and access to opportunities for everyone.
Where we Organize:
We organize in the Bayview, Hunter’s Point, the Mission, Bernal Heights, the Excelsior and Oceanview.
- Fighting for Housing Justice: With Ellis Act Evictions pushing out record numbers of San Franciscans to raise rents to unprecedented heights, we are urgently fighting for housing justice in our city. We have fought for and stopped many foreclosures in the Bayview, keeping Black families in their homes in our city. We are standing with tenants who are resisting evictions!
- Education: Working together with the Close the Gap coalition made up of parents, teachers, students, and school support staff, we are fighting for quality education for all of our students, especially low income students, English language learners, and students with disabilities. We are holding our school district accountable to hear the voices of students and parents as they make critical decisions in school program funding.
- Corporate Accountability: In a city that often seems like it is being taken over by tech companies, big banks, and hedge funds, we taking a stand to hold corporations accountable. From demanding that corporations pay their taxes to fighting for people’s voices to win over corporate lobbyists in our city, we are taking direct actions and demanding a focus on people over profits.
San Francisco Office
1323 Evans Ave. San Francisco, CA 94124
Join us! Sign up below:
We need your help! To join us in the fight to keep working class people and communities of color in San Francisco, sign up.Sign up
In each of our local offices, ACCE Action members are organizing in their neighborhoods, and regularly taking action on neighborhood and local campaigns. Because we are on the doors recruiting new members to build our base every single day, we know how important it is for us to be active on the local issues that our members care about. From transforming blighted vacant lots into usable public space or changing the city's tree trimming priorities to include low income neighborhoods, to winning lower bus fares, changing housing policies, and winning better schools - our local campaigns are have big impacts.
The pages in this section give just some of the highlights for each of our offices - and you can sign up to get updates on the campaigns and join us in taking action.