The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project is a data-visualization, data analysis, and digital storytelling collective documenting the dispossession of San Francisco Bay Area residents in the wake of the Tech Boom 2.0. Through maps and digital storytelling, we strive to make the often obscured mechanisms of material, cultural, and affective displacement palpable. We see the eviction epidemic as endemic to a political economy built to privilege corporate interests of real estate and tech, and seek to contribute to a living archive that deconstructs corporate collusion. We are interested in uneven intimacies within gentrification processes, and are looking to relationships between eviction, development, rental cost, and policing as they manifest across Bay Area neighborhoods and into people’s private lives. Maintaining antiracist and feminist analyses, we create tools and disseminate data that contribute to collective resistance and movement building.