Over 60 people attended a meeting in Battersea, south London, on Monday of this week.
They are fighting Wandsworth council’s plans to evict tenants whose relatives are convicted of riot-related offences.
In August they singled out Maite de la Calva and her daughter for eviction if her son Daniel is convicted of riot-related offences. His trial begins next week.
Two more households have since been served eviction notices.
The meeting, called by Wandsworth Against Cuts, launched an anti-evictions committee.