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How Breed plans to end SF transgender homelessness by 2027

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San Francisco Mayor London Breed is proposing a new plan to end homelessness for the city's transgender population. At any given time there are about 400 trans and gender non-conforming people experiencing homelessness in the city. Breed recently disappointed many in the LGBTQ+ community, including the trans community, with her decision to opt out of the SF Pride Parade.
3 months ago·S F, United States

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Seattle mayor plans big spending to ease homelessness

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle will create a database of homeless camps and provide more than $100 million to a regional group trying to tackle the region's ongoing crisis of people without homes, the city's mayor announced Tuesday.

3 months ago·United States
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Seattle mayor plans big spending to ease homelessness - Local News 8

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle will create a database of homeless camps and provide more than $100 million to a regional group trying to tackle the region’s ongoing crisis of people without homes, the city’s mayor announced Tuesday.“Issues created over decades cannot be solved overnight, but we must reject the status quo where people are left to suffer unsheltered on sidewalks and in parks,” Mayor Bruce Harrell said in announcing his plan to address the…

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San Francisco’s proposal to end transgender homelessness

Homeless tents line city streets in San Francisco. (DianeBentleyRaymond/Getty Images)San Francisco’s proposal to end transgender homelessness Katelynn Richardson June 01, 12:59 PMJune 01, 01:06 PM Video Embed If you’re homeless in San Francisco, it may help not to identify as male or female. Yesterday, the mayor announced a new project. San Francisco will be the first U.S. city to commit to ending transgende…

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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Seattle mayor plans big spending to ease homelessness

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle will create a database of homeless camps and provide more than $100 million to a regional group trying to tackle the region’s ongoing crisis of people without homes, the city’s mayor announced Tuesday.“Issues created over decades cannot be solved overnight, but we must reject the status quo where people are left to suffer unsheltered on sidewalks and in parks,” Mayor Bruce Harrell said in announcing his plan to address the…

3 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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Seattle mayor plans big spending to ease homelessness

Seattle will create a database of homeless camps and provide more than $100 million to a regional group trying to tackle the region's ongoing crisis of people without homes, the city's mayor announced Tuesday.“Issues created over decades cannot be solved overnight, but we must reject the status quo where people are left to suffer unsheltered on sidewalks and in parks,” Mayor Bruce Harrell said in announcing his plan to address the ongoing homele…

3 months ago·Miami, United States
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Seattle mayor plans big spending to ease homelessness

Seattle will create a database of homeless camps and provide more than $100 million to a regional group trying to tackle the region's ongoing crisis of people without homes, the city's mayor announced Tuesday.

3 months ago·Raleigh, United States
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