On the 4th of June, a group of far-right racists want to protest in Brighton against refugees. Brighton is a city that's proud of it's diversity and solidarity. We've seen off fascists many times in the past, and we will again.
Exhibiting photographs of people's experiences of different types of homelessness Every Saturday in May, come along to share your own stories and to hear other peoples Everybody is invited to write in the book of street stories, to share past and present experiences with our community The exhibition will be facilitated by Love Activists Brighton and OpSafe Brighton, in solidarity with the homeless folk of Brighton & Hove
This is not OK. Do whatever you can to let our elected representatives know that this is not OK. Take direct action. March With the Homeless in Brighton this April 16th. Meet 11am, Old Steine. #SolidarityNotCharity #NoMoreDeathsOnOurStreets
to build a more credible, alternative street count of both people on the streets and of the empty properties they could be sheltering in.
All the councillors again agreed that many of the solution based proposals are not 'in the gift' of the council, meaning it is not in their power, that power lies with central Government. Some councillors seemed warmer to the idea of fighting central government than others, in particular Green Cllr David Gibson, who was again the most vociferous supporter of the proposals. Labour Cllr Claire Moonan was also supportive. Nobody had a bad word to say about the proposals or the Love Activists.
I livestreamed Brighton & Hove's Fairness Commission meeting on Thursday evening, where Ree from Love Activists Brighton gave voice to the solution based proposals to end homelessness.
this room only has a microwave. The bed is not fit to sleep in and the mattress is stained with what looks like urine. The ceiling is falling apart
the council's response to the proposals was far warmer than could have been anticipated.
I'll be livestreaming from outside Brighton Town Hall today with Love Activists Brighton, who will be delivering their petition in support of the Solution Based Proposals to End Homelessness to the full council meeting. The council will hear the Love Activists for 3 minutes and debate the proposals for 15 minutes. People will be gathering … Continue reading Love Activists Meet The Council
I livestreamed from Love Activists' #HomesNotHandcuffs demo outside Brighton Law Courts yesterday, 20/1/16. There was a good turnout and a warm reception from the public and passing motorists who were encouraged to honk their horns in solidarity with the homeless. Love Activists Brighton gathered another 50 signatures in support of the Solution Based Proposals to … Continue reading #HomesNotHandcuffs Interviews: 20/1/16