KQED aims to tell the story of how California got into a housing affordability crisis by exploring the history and regional policies of the Bay Area. We want to know how marginalized residents are affected.

Nine people embrace each other and smile as they pose for a photo on the front porch of a house.

Moms 4 Housing and UC Berkeley Researchers Create An Archive For Activism

SF Homeless Services Provider Accused of Fraud Is Stripped of City Contract

A neon red sign that reads 'Bail Bonds' inside a window.

How a Lost Credit Card and $7 Cheeseburger Reignited California's Debate Over Excessive Bail

Newsom’s “Swiss Army Knife” Advisor Reflects Upon Leaving the Administration

Rows of modular tiny houses.

Newsom Promised 1,200 Tiny Homes for Unhoused Californians, but a Year Later None Have Opened

Alameda County District Attorney Sues Farmers Insurance Alleging Unfair Practices

Two people walk past a sign that says 'California Forever.'

California Forever Hands Out $500K to Solano Nonprofits Ahead of November Election

Peskin Ballot Measure Aims to Pay Rent for Thousands of Low-Income Households in SF

California Wants Cities to Plan For More Housing. Cities Say the Rules Are Unclear

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Displacing People for 'Progress' — the Origins of BART