Present: Alison Clayborn Salome Twum Nathan Lewis Truly Johnston Apologies: David Eyles Mark Parker Alyson Moore Discussion: Community hubs in Rotherhithe The discussion focused mostly on the places in which people gather in Rotherhithe and the different ways that people connect and take part in social action. Key places that were highlighted as hubs in … Continue reading Rotherhithe CAN Meeting 21/06/2016 Notes
This meeting was the first meeting of the Borough and Bankside area alone (as opposed to Borough, Bankside and Walworth). Although the group was small we had good discussions on what is needed to help people to get involved in their community and find out what is going on and also key things going on … Continue reading Borough and Bankside CAN 14/06/2016 Notes
The first Walworth CAN meeting was an interesting experience to say the least. We experimented with a new structure which involved beginning in a big circle – you could say that we were channelling our ancient cultural inner-selves. The intention was to create an equal and open space for people to share whatever concerns of … Continue reading Walworth CAN – 09/06/2016 Meeting Notes
It was only after moving to London and working in Southwark that the problem really became tangible.
Well, according to Magda Oldziejewska, there is. Speaking of the library and the treasures it houses she says: “Until we come to a point where feminism is no longer needed we need resources like these.” “Until they are the books we read in school and find in every library we need a feminist library.” Housed on … Continue reading Is There Space in the Modern World for a Feminist Library?