Social Centre Account

“All of a sudden, we were inside, “running” the place-we who had never managed anything except our unemployment, our homelessness, our own little patch, our streets. And it was precisely the problem of management which soon forced upon us a debate which if experimental, contradictory and at times even boring, was nonetheless very important. In this way the management assembly was set up, because we felt ourselves to be a committee, or a collective, with our own identity to claim and advance. But an open structure, not reducible to this or that political area; also because we believe, then as now, both in the valorisation of diversity, and a trajectory of liberation outside monolithic structures and party lobbies.'”

Alba Solaro, http://journals.sfu.ca/affinities/index.php/affinities/article/view/4/46

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