The Tenderloin National Forest

It is a shame to choke funds from RecPark…but they continually just convert them into “income producing” entitiels that exclude public use.

Kezar Gardens

 

Next time you are in the Tenderloin, take a walk through this amazing alley space turned community civic center.  A project over twenty years in the making and an example of what people can do for one another when they get past the fear and the stereotypes.  Congratulations to the Luggage Store on all their efforts, triumphs and obvious success in turning urban blight into urban renewal without gentrification.  We applaud you.

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