Their Daily Bread

A new generation of activists is fighting to clean up the Tenderloin. The neighborhood’s churches are standing in their way. Whose side are the angels on?

Hudson got up to piss against the wall. A woman walking down the street stopped and, improbably, handed Green a medium-sized painting. Green explained that this was a gift to thank her for temporarily safeguarding the woman's lipstick the other night. She gazed at her new possession, smiling. Depicted in thick, childlike brush strokes and varying hues of green were a naked man and woman, embracing. Something pressed upon them, covering them, from above.

Anne Faith Nicholls
Dina Hilliard, who has lived and worked in the Tenderloin for 10 years, wants a moratorium on further social services in the neighborhood.
Josh Edelson
Dina Hilliard, who has lived and worked in the Tenderloin for 10 years, wants a moratorium on further social services in the neighborhood.

It was God's hand.

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