Liana Wilcox

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Recent Pieces from Liana Wilcox

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Ukrainians in SF Are Anxious and Angry, Refugees Need Homes (29:30)
From: KSFP

A local aid agency is racing to get medical supplies into Ukraine and bringing refugees into the Bay Area. "Civic" We spoke with those who are angry, anxious and desperate to ...
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Hundreds of units of housing for homeless people are move-in ready, but sitting empty (29:30)
From: KSFP

Hundreds of units set aside for the homeless in San Francisco sit empty. An investigation by the San Francisco Public Press and ProPublica finds out why and how that has ...
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Signs of speculation, cause San Francisco leaders to spend millions to buy apartment buildings (29:30)
From: KSFP

Worries that real estate investors are buying multi-unit housing properties in San Francisco, then evicting tenants to turn a quick buck. has prompted local lawmakers to pour ...
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The Bay Area could add millions of people without using more water. Here’s how. (29:30)
From: KSFP

Can the Bay Area address housing affordability and control water use in perpetually drought-stricken California at the same time? SPUR's Laura Feinstein says yes.
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Indigenous organizers mark 52 years since the Alcatraz occupation — with the interior secretary (29:30)
From: KSFP

The first Native American Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland, spoke to the activists who first occupied Alcatraz in San Francisco Bay in 1969. Their demand that the ...
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Call 311 about tents? Here’s what homeless people and advocates say happens (29:30)
From: KSFP

What happens in San Francisco if you call the authorities about a tent encampment in your neighborhood? We're told they will be offered shelter and their possessions will be ...
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This school is crumbling around its students. How long before it gets fixed? (29:32)
From: KSFP

A dilapidated school in San Francisco's Mission District faces a vermin infestation, falling celling tiles, sewage problems and even natural gas leaks. Parents, teachers and ...
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The Bay Area is diverse. Its elected officials are mostly white (29:27)
From: KSFP

The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most diverse in the U.S., but that diversity is rarely seen in the make-up of the region's political leaders. We ask the question, ...
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Evictions are coming. Here’s what renters and cities can do. (29:30)
From: KSFP

Renters impacted by the pandemic face eviction now that a moratorium on evictions has ended. Tenant, legal and public health advocates are urging renters to apply for relief ...
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Muni's making plans. Do you want in on this? (29:27)
From: KSFP

San Francisco Municipal Railway is asking for public input on the transit systems priorities as the city recovers from the pandemic. "Civic" speaks with the head of MUNI and ...