- As ordinary Londoners, we are struggling to survive in our city.
- Politicians are putting bankers and big business before the people.
- We need to Take Back the City to change it. In 2016, we to use the London elections to make our voices heard.
Labour councillor Alan Griffiths posted a photo of Take Back the City candidate Amina Gichinga's block of flats this week. Here, Amina writes an open letter in response to this intimidation.
It's here! The Take Back the City People's Manifesto for London. Made from the demands of over 1000 Londoners, from tenants groups to sports teams to migrant workers, here's our manifesto for making London work for its people.
If you are a journalist interested in covering our manifesto launch, please read on to find out more and how to speak with our candidate Amina Gichinga.
Thursday 28th April, 7pm, Osmani Trust, Whitechapel
Join us for an evening in Whitechapel as we bring together inspirational speakers, poets, musicians, and delicious food. We want to share with you what we have found out- and crafted into our People's Manifesto- and discuss the ways we can work together to make this a reality.
There's just 2 weeks to go until Londoners go to the polls to vote for their new Mayor and Greater London Assembly. Take Back the City are putting up our group member Amina Gichinga to stand in the City and East seat (that's Barking and Dagenham, Newham, Tower Hamlets and the City) who is standing on our democractically decided 'People's Manifesto.' Join us on the streets of East London as meet people and encourage them to vote #Amina4GLA ! Read on to find out about all our upcoming events...
We're talking and singing with people on the streets of East London, and we're bringing poetry to the buses and tubes to spread the word that #anotherlondon is possible (and you might want to vote #Amina4GLA !)