Homelessness is a class and racial justice issue. 70% of the homeless individuals in Oakland are black and 38% report having at least one disabling condition.
Thousands of unsheltered people live in Oakland. Many are crowded into unsafe and unsanitary encampments from which they may be evicted as a result of the City’s new policies. Kehilla’s Homeless Action Committee believes it’s time for a more vigorous response by our community in keeping with our core Jewish values.
You can help!
- Donate rain gear, warm clothing, and bedding to the Kehilla Homeless Depot.
- Support Love and Justice in the Streets with a cash donation.
- Read our blog,
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