Over the coming days, Ann Narkeh Media's publications will return to promoting what's happening on the frontlines of British activism - refocusing on setting the agenda, rather than commenting on the prescribed narratives - on policies more than personalities and on action, not naval gazing...
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
March with The Homeless is this Friday 15th April, worldwide. In Brighton, the Anonymous Opsafe crew have organised the march for this Saturday, 16th April, (meet 11am, Old Steine). #NoMoreDeathsOnOurStreets #MarchWithTheHomeless #SolidarityNotCharity #HomesNotBanks #HomesNotBombs #HomesNotHandcuffs
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.