Some of the residents who have been affected by the fatal Grenfell Tower fire , have talked about having their 'grief hijacked' following the announcement of the 'Day of Rage' protest outside the Houses of Parliament.
According to the ClementJames Centre, a local educational charity which has provided temporary shelter for residents, those affected by the fire do not support the planned protest.
So far, more than 300 people have said they are attending the event, which has been organised over Facebook by Movement for Justice By Any Means Necessary, who wrote "Bring Down the Government - Shut Down London."
Adding: "In one of the wealthiest boroughs in the country, the demands from poor and working class residents for the simple right to safety and security have been repeatedly and disdainfully ignored."
The protest is set to be held on Wednesday (June 21), one week on from the fire, on the day of the Queen's Speech.
“They’re angry, they’re grieving but they are working to bring about positive change"
Posting on Twitter, the ClementJames Centre said: "There has been a ‘Day of Rage’ announced for Wednesday, trying to bring London to a standstill.
"We cannot emphasise enough how against this many of the affected residents we’ve spoken to are and they do not want their grief hijacked for any violent or destructive means.
“They’re angry, they’re grieving but they are working to bring about positive change and action through conversations with the right people.
“They want their voices about this to be heard just as loudly.
"If the streets are closed, we cannot effectively continue our aid operation in the area, and if any violence ensues, the issue takes a whole new direction."
The charity also spoke of a #peaceforlatimer trend, where the local community are trying white ribbons around their wrists to ensure their message is heard.
Others have condemned the "Day of Rage" protest, Facebook user, Joanne Green posted on the event, saying: "Rioting will not work. It will destroy the last 2 years of hard work that we have done to get this close to a real Revolution as is possible."
To which the event organisers replied: "Where exactly are you seeing that we are calling for a 'riot'?
"We don't let the fears of those who oppress us determine how we fight".
Another post on the event, by London Black Revs, who describe themselves on Facebook as a "self-determined working class URBAN and strictly working class revolutionary organisation", says: "Were residents consulted on this?
"They are really against having a demonstration without being told, asked or leading it, especially for other political agendas, which may or may not be important.
"There is a lot of anger locally that things are being done in Grenfell’s name and they’ve not had the time to even bury their family members."
The organisers replied by saying: "We have been in the community for several days now, speaking to hundreds of people, many who have friends and loved ones missing or dead.
"We’ve had tonnes of support, people taking flyers, saying they are coming, wanting to speak out about their experiences."
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