Neighborhood activist talks homelessness, public housing, and building community


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Uzuri Pease-Greene is the Executive Director of C.A.R.E., Community Awareness Resources Entity, which helps promote safety for public housing residents. She is also a former candidate for District 10 supervisor who has experienced homelessness and addiction. In her many roles, she works as an activist and a spokesperson for the under-served. We talked about getting out of homelessness, running for office, and creating stress-free environments in public housing.

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