For years, the Grant Building – at 1095 Market Street (near UN Plaza) – has housed many non-profit organizations that make up the soul of San Francisco. Now the tenants – which include POOR Magazine – are facing eviction, as the new property owner seeks to raise their rents. A boisterous and diverse crowd of community activists gathered in front of the building yesterday morning to hold a “Take Back the Land” Ceremony – tying their impending eviction with the displacement of poor people and communities of color. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that Grant Building tenants have faced this threat. In 2001, they fought off an eviction attempt – when a new owner bought the building and hoped to replace the non-profits with lucrative dot-coms. The tenants prevailed only after massive community support. Will it happen again?