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Okeechobee\'s toxic tides: 25.939741, -81.707536
Did the sugar industry in Florida ruin beaches?: 26.968954, -80.797583
Fish aren\'t happy in Southwest Florida: 26.142036, -81.794810
WWI is not yet over in the Middle East: 43.815967, 7.776057
Surviving a terrible winter: 36.410339, 44.387195
Seaforth Docks Development is transforming Crosby: 53.467520, -3.012763
Gentrification in South Bronx, New York : 40.844782, -73.864827
Transitioning out of homelessness in San Francsico: 37.773325, -122.413213
Gentrification: Western Addition, San Francisco: 37.782211, -122.434178
Before \'gentrification\' was a household word: 37.779155, -122.435267
Evictions at the International Hotel: 1968-1977: 37.796125, -122.404942
Lessons from a shrinking Philadelphia: 37.774929, -122.419416
I moved to West Oakland because San Fran was too expensive: 37.804873, -122.295140
SF politics: Small activist groups make a big difference: 37.779346, -122.418757
I wouldn\'t be able to move to the Castro today: 37.760908, -122.435004
San Francisco is the victim of its own success: 37.789407, -122.401067
Collapse of the African American population in San Francisco: 37.780766, -122.429313
Low income renters driven out of the Mission District: 37.759865, -122.414798
LGBT community hit hard by rising rents: 37.761992, -122.434736
Our public housing was torn down: 37.782211, -122.434178
\'Violence really destroyed our community\': 37.782211, -122.434178
Gentrification and \'neighborhood preference\': 37.779346, -122.418757
Affordable housing and minority communities in San Fran: 37.730416, -122.384424
Development doesn\'t change our identity: 37.727609, -122.370261
The Mission District has been underdeveloped: 37.765285, -122.419428
We were the most vulnerable: 37.787959, -122.433670
The best landlords were elderly black homeowners: 37.776342, -122.434633
Progressives and the African American community in San Francisco: 37.750238, -122.433703
How fair is lottery housing?: 37.782675, -122.432370
The jobs are gone: 37.804873, -122.295140
Returning \'the poor\' to public debate: 37.783873, -122.414183
Our congregation is a fraction of its former size: 37.777874, -122.434749
Black businesses have disappeared: 37.780766, -122.429313
My first gay bar: The Tenderloin in the 1950s: 37.784660, -122.414506
Where have San Francisco\'s African Americans gone?: 37.774929, -122.419416
\'The New Fillmore\' vs the old: 37.780766, -122.429313
The ghost of Ronald Reagan is alive in San Francisco: 37.759773, -122.427063
Will San Francisco have a middle class?: 37.759865, -122.414798
\'Build, build, build!\' lacks nuance: 37.778519, -122.405640
The Third Baptist Church: a pillar of the African American community in SF: 37.777874, -122.434749
San Francisco\'s black population first left San Francisco in 1858: 37.819929, -122.478255
\'Urban renewal\' was black removal: 37.783926, -122.433072
WWII brought black laborers to San Francisco: 37.727400, -122.368338
It\'s politically incorrect to stop erosion of black community: 37.782675, -122.432370
With acceptance, San Francisco\'s gay community opened up: 37.752100, -122.434186
The rivalry between LA and SF in the 1960s gay community: 37.783920, -122.414968
The Tenderloin was wonderful in the late 1950s-early 1960s: 37.784660, -122.414506
José Sarria and the Black Cat in North Beach : 37.795825, -122.403126
Formation of the Tavern Guild in San Francisco: 37.782427, -122.424556
Dianne Feinstein was 1st to speak to a gay group: 37.774929, -122.419416
Watching The Castro transform in the 1970s: 37.762400, -122.435742
\'We looked after one another\': the gay community in the 1950s+1960s: 37.806053, -122.410331
The Harlem of the West: Jazz and supper clubs on Fillmore: 37.781751, -122.429853
Housing speculation is predatory: 37.727609, -122.370261
Losing the culture of political activism: 37.769422, -122.433453
Rise of cities has brought class struggle: 37.767679, -122.431860
Gentrification continues even after ‘Whitewashing’: 37.769213, -122.431556
Evictions of senior citizens in San Francisco: 37.775907, -122.424525
No one has stood up to the real estate industry: 37.779602, -122.424774
Ellis Act evictions devastating to seniors and disabled: 37.775727, -122.442477
Can\'t be homeless in Texas: 37.784556, -122.422861