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Media Appearances

David Faigman on RescueSF Podcast – July 1, 2020

Suing to Save the Tenderloin – UC Hastings Law Executive Director of Operations Rhiannon Bailard – Fifth and Mission Podcast – May 11, 2020

UC Hastings Law Chancellor and Dean David Faigman – CNN’s Smerconish – May 5, 2020

More News Coverage

Hope is alive in the Tenderloin: What the neighborhood needs now to reverse decades of neglect – SF Chronicle – July 12th, 2020

SF cleans up Tenderloin — dramatic, 65% drop-off in homeless tent camps – SF Chronicle – July 3, 2020

UC Hastings Proves That If You Want Homeless Moved Off the Streets in SF (During the Pandemic), You Should Sue – SFist.com – July 1, 2020

City Making Tenderloin Safer – Beyond Chron – June 30, 2020

Another Lawsuit Targets San Francisco Over ‘Insufferable’ Conditions in the Tenderloin Neighborhood – The Recorder – June 26, 2020

How bureaucracy kept the Bay Area from housing the houseless – Salon.com – June 21, 2020

Behind the Tent Flap: Voices From the Streets of the Tenderloin – San Francisco Public Press – June 18, 2020

Ambitious effort to contain growth of tents in Tenderloin results in failure – SF Chronicle – May 31, 2020

‘A true emergency:’ Covid-19 pushes homeless crisis in San Francisco’s Tenderloin to the brink – The Guardian – May 19, 2020

San Francisco and UC Hastings to Talk Settlement in Lawsuit Over Tenderloin Conditions
– The Recorder – May 14, 2020

Will Mayor Breed Do Right by the Tenderloin? – Beyond Chron – May 12, 2020

Coronavirus Update: UC Hastings Chancellor Blasts City’s COVID-19 Tenderloin Plan As ‘Entirely Inadequate’ – KPIX 5 – May 8, 2020

The Tenderloin Strikes Back – Beyond Chron – May 5, 2020

Opinion The Coronavirus Is Worsening Class Divides in San Francisco – NY Times – May 5, 2020

‘Lives are in danger’: Lawsuit argues SF needs to clean up the Tenderloin as coronavirus spreads – SF Chronicle – May 5, 2020

UC Hastings, Other Tenderloin Residents Sue San Francisco Over ‘Insufferable’ Sidewalk Conditions Amid COVID-19 – The Recorder – May 4, 2020