Despite the teething problems being experienced with H4W recently I am thankful to H4W for rescuing me from homelessness and providing my home where I have been living from December 2000. Give credit where credit is due, H4W is partially responsible for my Empowerment and why I have decided to take on Advocacy with my #fight4justice campaign against DISCRIMINATION by my former employer and cohorts that have no conscience. I have https://fight4justiceadvocacy.business.site where I write my stories to inspire others not to accept giving up as an option.
Being a H4W resident result in my acquaintance with people who are in the public and responsible for bringing about change. I meet the Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin at H4W Annual General Meeting in Westminster in early 2013. During conversations, I realise who she is when she disclosed her grandmother came from Burnt Savannah Westmoreland. Her cousin is Dockey and everything falls into place. Because I use to visit her Aunt Ms Eula Desport when I attended Frome Secondary School. The Reverend grandma and my mother are related.
I have time on my hands even before COVID-19… Therefore I shall be making use of the time pursuing my #fight4justice campaign Sharing stories about the people who have STATUES on both sides of my family. Some have made the most of breaking down the #barriers that #merveleemyers have decided to continue so no one has to face DISCRIMINATION that makes me a #VICTIM the past #6years in the UK.