Unceded and Occupied Musqueam, Squamish & Tsleil-Waututh Territories
Red Braid has its origins in the Downtown Eastside. Since we formed as the Social Housing Alliance in 2013, we have helped organize a number of tent cities in Vancouver, including 58 West Hastings, 10 Year Tent City, and Sugar Mountain. Since 2016, we have focused our organizing energies outside of Vancouver. However, we continue to partner with Vancouver-based campaigns and organizations, including Our Homes Can’t Wait, Vancouver Area of Drug Users, and Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society to fight against urban displacement pressures.
Updates and Events
All settlers are foreigners: Leaflet from counter-protest against the “Rally for Housing Affordability”
Why fighting “foreign” investors will not help us end evictions, homelessness, and the displacement of our communities.
What: Book Launch of Policing Black Lives with author Robyn Maynard and guests When: March 1, 2018 at 6 pm [...]
We call for Vancouver City Council to recognize the contradictory faces of the NEFC Plan and to separate Hogan’s Alley from the rest of the plan.
AAD Statement on the involuntary decampment of DTES homeless encampment This morning at 7:00am, Tuesday December 19, 2017, Sugar [...]
On Thursday November 16th, Stop Demovictions Burnaby is calling for an emergency protest against Premier Horgan and Housing Minister [...]
What: Emergency rally When: 5PM, Tuesday, June 27thWhere: 950 Main Street (Access to site via Station Street), unceded coast salish territoriesThe courts will [...]