On March 22, 2012, CPA released “Creating Healthy Communities: Making Healthcare Services Accessible in San Francisco,” a report which reveals the need for increased healthcare services in San Francisco’s low-income neighborhoods.
The report is based on a survey conducted by
Study Finds 1 out of 2 Workers Making Below Minimum Wage in San Francisco Chinatown Restaurants:
Millions Lost to the Local Economy Every Year
Friday, September 17th, San Francisco, CA — Chinatown restaurant workers in conjunction with the Chinese Progressive
Eva Lowe Fellowship 2010 Graduation Program
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STAND UP AGAINST ANTI-IMMIGRANT LAWS! EQUAL RIGHTS AND DIGNITY FOR ALL IMMIGRANTS!
Globalization and Imperialism Fuel Global Migration
Following NAFTA in 1994, millions of Mexican communities were forced off their land and were given no other option to provide for
Substandard Housing Conditions in San Francisco Chinatown:
Health Impacts on Low-Income Immigrant Tenants
Chinese Progressive Association, August 2005 — Low-income renters in San Francisco often live in unhealthy and unsafe housing. Tenants trace the roots of these conditions to the