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Youth MOJO Mental Health Campaign Report: Our Healing in Our Hands

August 13, 2018

Over the past several years, Youth MOJO members have experienced and recognized a heightened sense of fear, depression, and anxiety in themselves and among their peers. In response to their personal and collective experiences of feeling unsupported in accessing mental health services, youth leaders sought to better understand the mental health services that exist for youth in SFUSD and the systemic, emotional and cultural barriers to students’ utilization of services. Read More

People’s Voice Survey

September 16, 2016

“Being a Chinese immigrant worker in the US is like being mute, deaf, and blind because we do not know English and the law. We need the city to step up in providing more truly affordable housing and quality jobs
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PUBLICATION — Immigrant Rights Statement

April 18, 2006

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
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PUBLICATION — Chinatown Substandard Housing Report

August 1, 2005

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
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