Memory is Resistance! Walking the Tenderloin to Remember
"A sense of place is built up, in the end, from many little things, some so small people take them for granted, and yet the lack of them takes the flavor out of the city…." -Jane Jacobs

TL Displacement Tours are community-sourced, neighbor-led tours of displaced people and places of historical, communal, and personal significance. At the core of these tours is the belief that memory is resistance, and by remembering and marking what has been displaced from the TL--no matter how small--we resist the forces that deny the rich flavor of the neighborhood in order to justify the encroaching gentrification.

Each tour is one of a kind, led by Tenderloin residents, who will share their own experiences, knowledge, and memories of the neighborhood as they highlight a guerrilla art project marking the sites of 2 dozen displaced people & places.

Tour schedule:
Wednesday, May 16, 5:30 PM
Thursday, May 17th, 12 PM
Friday, May 18th, 12 PM
Saturday, May 19th, 12 PM

Tours meet at BOEDDEKER PARK (246 EDDY STREET) by the statue at the entrance and will run about 40 mins.

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