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Harlekan Tears

The noose was too loose; the trap door stuck.
‘Lydia Steptoe, you are, by dint of serendipity, free to roam the earth, jejune and fancy free’ 1,075 more words

Poetry

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Fours years on the street and the struggle goes on

Saturday 7 October was a busy day for Focus E15 campaign as we celebrate four years of campaigning for social housing and against social cleansing.  1,259 more words

Housing Crisis

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A comprehensive update from our friends at Focus E15 on various activities and initiatives. Pay particular attention to the section about Newham Council and how they've run down the Carpenters Estate in Stratford so they can offload it to a developer and trouser the cash. Also good to see a few Focus E15 people at the Clapton FC game at the Old Spotted Dog - reinforcing the kind of links that need to be made to build a real movement for change...

Fours years on the street and the struggle goes on

Saturday 7 October was a busy day for Focus E15 campaign as we celebrate four years of campaigning for social housing and against social cleansing.  1,259 more words

Housing Crisis

Site and Situation: The Street

‘Symbiotic Postures of Commercial Advertising and Street Art’ Stefania Borghini et al 2010 discusses the relationship between street art and advertising drawing upon visual examples to argue it’s point. 944 more words

Art

Rich doors & Poor doors

Upstairs & Downstairs

Gentrification

Social Housing

Help thy neighbour & Dont give a shit

Social Apartheid

The rich & The poor

Basic human rights

Sovereignty

Control Of Humanity

Residents organise against regeneration in Southend. 30 Sept.

Originally posted on the Genesis Residents Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/notes/genesis-residents/residents-organise-against-regeneration-in-southend-30-sept/478760239153169/

Residents of Genesis held their own Resident’s Meeting on Saturday 30th September – a stone’s throw from Roots Hall, the ground of Southend United Football Club. 279 more words

News

Vindication, but not victory (yet)

This is Alan Walter.

Alan died suddenly in 2009 aged 51.  He dedicated his life to the struggle for council housing, as part of his belief that everyone has a right to a decent, secure, truly affordable and safe home.  801 more words