We’re about to head into a festive period and a new year that will bring its own challenges but we must keep Grenfell in our hearts, always.
Though many have now been rehoused, there will still be some spending their 2nd Christmas in hotels/so many in temporary accommodation. So many have and are now, again, going through the anniversaries of burying their loved ones, and birthdays that won’t be celebrated in the same way.
Forever keep Grenfell in your hearts.
We at @officialj4g
don’t represent the survivors, bereaved or the whole community but we are residents of the North Kensington community who want, have and will make a difference and will forever advocate for change, alongside others, so that this never happens again. We are a campaign group with a mission.
We will always stand and work with our community, the bereaved, the survivors and as we say in our objectives, we will keep the narrative around Grenfell going and will push to keep it in the public consciousness - this is our duty.
We know that phase 2 of the Inquiry isn’t due to start until the end of 2019, maybe even the beginning of 2020 but we will work alongside other groups and individuals to raise awareness of the other 441 buildings covered in similar materials to Grenfell; we will work to support those that need it and we will push on change - because every single one of us deserves to live in a home that is decent and safe; no matter our standing, class, race, sexuality, religion, etc - we are all the same.
Christmas can be a lonely time, so please reach out to those that may need it.
We feel proud that this community has galvanised, organised and fought back ... for decades the Ladbroke Grove/Latimer Road/North Kensington community has done just that.
And we’re not going to stop now.
Justice. Justice. Justice. 💚 #ForeverInOurHearts #Justice4Grenfell