Resources for TNDC at 35

The following links are referenced in the print version of TNDC at 35: A History of Affordable Housing, Advocacy, and Community in the Heart of San Francisco. 

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Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton’s Cafeteria, the forgotten story of the first collective act of militant resistance by LGBT people in the United States.

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A Wildflower Institute presentation by Brad Paul, deputy executive director, Association of Bay Area Governments, using children’s action figures to depict the people, conflict points, and power relationships in the Tenderloin.

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A Brush with the Tenderloin, an Emmy-winning documentary short about renowned public artist Mona Caron’s mural depicting the Tenderloin’s people and places.

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San Francisco’s Affordable Housing Policy

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An interview with Gordon Chin, founding executive director of the Chinatown Community Development Center, about where community development is going, and where it should go.

Interview with Gordon Chin, Founding Executive Director of the Chinatown Community Development Center

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A PBS report on activists who favor construction of new housing and have formed a yes-in-my-backyard (YIMBY) movement.

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An excerpt from the documentary Life and Death at the Ambassador Hotel.

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The documentary Life and Death at the Ambassador Hotel.

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XiwqOu_R7I
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwMVnWAnAcg
Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rygDBMBBW50
Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAmTfvHjAws

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A profile of Manor House Restaurant in the Tenderloin.

Mimi Yee, 2012 Bro. Kelly Cullen Community Services Award Honoree

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A San Francisco Chronicle story on how five San Francisco mayors tackled homelessness.

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The San Francisco Chronicle’s “SF Homeless Project.”

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Profiles of some TNDC residents who are success stories.

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A profile of Connie Moy, a longtime TNDC resident who arrived in San Francisco from China after World War II.

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Kids talking about their experience at TASP.

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An Enterprise report on how the “architecture of segregation” helps to concentrate poverty.

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Discovering the Creative Spirit and Healing of the Tenderloin, which follows a journey that the Wildflowers Institute took to look beyond the art galleries and theaters to discover where the Tenderloin’s artists live, work, and create.

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A video of revelers at TNDC’s Celebrity Pool Toss.

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A gallery of Celebrity Pool Toss logos from over the years, designed by noted comics artists.

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