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SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLKIT

In order to stay safe and secure in our new house, we need a lot of support from our communities. Here are 4 ways to use your social media presence to help us build power and pressure the city to let Couper and Jess stay.

Download all of our images to post on social media here.

 

1. Take a selfie
2. Post on Twitter
3. Post on Facebook
4. Post on instagram
1. selfie swarm

Take a selfie with a sign that says #ReclaimSF and post it on social media with a link to our website ReclaimSF.org! The more people do this, the more word will spread, and the harder it will be for the city to force us back out onto the streets when we find our new home.

2. Twitter

Here are some sample tweets you can share to help get our campaign trending! We want the whole world watching how San Francisco responds when confronted with its failure to house vulnerable people during a pandemic.

Sample Tweet #1

#SanFrancisco voted YES on @OurHomeSF because we believe every human being has a right to housing! @LondonBreed has refused to take action so it is up to us to open housing to homeless San Franciscans. Turn over 4,000 units for permanent housing! reclaimsf.org #ReclaimSF #OurCityOurHome

Sample Tweet #2

Mayor @LondonBreed and @TAragonMD have refused to use their emergency powers to #EndHomelessness. If they won’t provide adequate housing to our neighbors during #COVID19, we will. reclaimsf.org #ReclaimSF #LetUsShelterInPlace

Sample Tweet #3

There are more vacant houses in #SanFrancisco than there are homeless people. Every human being has a right to housing, but @LondondBreed is leaving thousands on the streets. We are taking matters into our own hands & turning vacant property into homes. #ReclaimSF

Sample Tweet #4

Together we can take back our city and defend our communities! We are #ReclaimSF. Join us in the fight for safe, healthy, and affordable homes for all! We can’t wait another day! reclaimsf.org/act #LetUsShelterInPlace #Housing4All

3. facebook

Sample Facebook Post #1

I stand in solidarity with Couper and Jess. Today these two homeless women moved into an investment property in San Francisco that has sat vacant for years. The City responded with hostile police and forced them from their new home. With more empty houses than homeless people in San Francisco, we are tired of waiting for the city to move our neighbors off the streets. We can’t wait another day. #ReclaimSF
reclaimsf.org/act

Sample Facebook Post #2

In 2018 San Franciscans voted to provide housing to our unhoused neighbors. Prop C, which should have opened 4,000 units for homeless people, passed with more than 60% of the vote! It is inexcusable for Mayor Breed to withhold those funds, especially during this global pandemic. If she won’t do it, it’s up to us to open housing. We can’t wait another day. #ReclaimSF
reclaimsf.org/act

Sample Facebook Post #3

Where can you “shelter in place” if you don’t have a home? While Mayor Breed refuses to honor the Board of Supervisors emergency ordinance to move homeless people into hotels, thousands are stranded on the streets or in overcrowded shelters and SROs. Today two homeless women came together with our community to send a message to Mayor Breed: we will not wait for her house our homeless neighbors. There is too much at stake. We can’t wait another day! Will you join us? #ReclaimSF reclaimsf.org/act

4. instagram

Sample Instagram Post #1

I stand in solidarity with Couper and Jess. Today these two homeless women moved into an investment property in San Francisco that has sat vacant for years. The City responded with hostile police and forced them from their new home. With more empty houses than homeless people in San Francisco, we are tired of waiting for the city to move our neighbors off the streets. We can’t wait another day. #ReclaimSF #OurCityOurHome #LetUsShelterInPlace #HouseUsNow #Housing4All #SanFrancisco #DirectAction #HousingIsAHumanRight #PropC

Sample Instagram Post #2

In 2018 San Franciscans voted to provide housing to our unhoused neighbors. Prop C, which should have opened 4,000 units for homeless people, passed with more than 60% of the vote! It is inexcusable for Mayor Breed to withhold those funds, especially during this global pandemic. If she won’t do it, it’s up to us to open housing. We can’t wait another day. #ReclaimSF #OurCityOurHome #LetUsShelterInPlace #HouseUsNow #Housing4All #SanFrancisco #DirectAction #HousingIsAHumanRight #PropC

Sample Instagram Post #3

How can you #shelterinplace if you don’t have a home? While Mayor Breed refuses to honor the Board of Supervisors emergency ordinance to move homeless people into hotels, thousands are stranded on the streets or in overcrowded shelters and SROs. Today two homeless women came together with our community to send a message to Mayor Breed: we will not wait for her to house our homeless neighbors. There is too much at stake. We cannot wait another day! Will you join us? #ReclaimSF #OurCityOurHome #LetUsShelterInPlace #HouseUsNow #Housing4All #SanFrancisco #DirectAction #HousingIsAHumanRight #PropC

thank you!

Thank you for helping us #ReclaimSF.

Our City, Our Home promised to open 4,000 units to homeless San Franciscans, so stay tuned. There are still 3,999 vacant units waiting to be turned into housing. We will need your help!