Windrush Square, Brixton, London. Sat 6 Jul 2013
Preparing for the protest outside the Tate Library in Windrush Square
People brought out furniture for the protest
Lambeth council tried hard to make Windrush Square an inhospitable place, but left the large tree which
still provides some shade. The main banner 'Stop Evicting Brixton'
'Decent Homes for People'
'Homes Not Jails'
'Homes For All' and a board for one of the best-known local estate agents with SCUM written across it
Much of Rushcroft Road has already been done up
Outting up the banner on the long-closed public toilets in Windrush Square
Empty spaces and small scattered groups of chairs are meant to discourage people congregating here.
The plaque commemorates the Sharpeville Massacre.
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