Join the Focus E15 campaign this Friday to support Nmah Kamara, her husband and children who have been evicted from their home and face being moved out of Newham.
Friday 22 May 9.30am
Outside Bridge House
320 High Street, Stratford, London E15 1EP
One of the children writes clearly and movingly how this will effect the whole family:
“After a long complicated housing story we have an Eviction Notice for the 22 May 2015 to leave our present and only accommodation at 8am but with nowhere to go.
If the Council relocate me from Newham at this stage of my life I will definitely fail to complete my education which is my future due to the physical, emotional and psychological transition I have to undergo, which is also true for my sister.
I have lived in Newham since my parents moved to Britain. My mum works for Newham Council.
My sister, brother and I have completed primary and secondary schools in Newham, we are now in further education (currently busy with projects and exams) and through UCAS we have already enrolled at Universities in London starting from 2015/16 with the hope that I will still live in Newham.
We have our friends and we are well associated with our borough making it very difficult to move away without affecting our continuity of education and network support”.
Please support this family on Friday. Social Housing! Not Social Cleansing!
1 thought on “CALLOUT. Newham council worker’s teen speaks out against evictions.”
Another prime example of people displacement right here in our own country.Moving people out of their homes and interfering with their already difficult situations and it is a correct terminology which resonates in its meaning,social cleansing is exactly what it is.