PBS NewsHour

San Francisco neighborhood gets left behind in boom times

Clip: 02/11/2014 | 7m 34s

As a new wave of tech enterprises gentrify San Francisco’s older, modest neighborhoods, an area known as the Tenderloin, populated by the city’s poorer residents, remains in the grips of drugs and crime. Special correspondent Spencer Michels explores the dilemma of whether upgrading the neighborhood will result in inhabitants being displaced en masse.

Aired: 02/11/14

Rating: NR

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