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Condition: Dead is a band that is not out there for making hard cash, that are all pretty much equally minded and above all want to have fun making music with a serious message and entertain while we are at it!
Cranks is a new do it yourself bicycle workshop in Brighton. We have all the tools you need to fix your bike and a large collection of new and used parts to help get you back on the road.
Cranks is entirely volunteer run and not for profit. We want to help people keep their bikes on the road and enjoy cycling. We want to recycle old bikes that would otherwise be rusting away and we want to help you learn how to fix and look after your bike.
We also recycle old unwanted bikes so if you know of a bike that is not being used and in need of a new home please donate it to us. And of course if you are looking for a bike come along and check out our recycled bikes that are for sale.
We want to encourage everyone whatever your age, gender or knowledge to learn to love your bike.
The Cowley Club is a libertarian social centre on London Road in Brighton. It houses a cafe and bookshop during the day, a members bar during the evenings, it also has a library and is a base for a variety of other projects.
The club is collectively owned and run as a base for those involved in grassroots social change and those sympathetic to such activities, giving us control over our social space and resources. It is run entirely by volunteers - no one gets paid, and no one is making any profit. Instead, we are trying to provide a much needed alternative to everything else around us.
Canadian class-struggle anarchists from the platformist tradition.
A major focus of our activity is work at those crucial points where working class people are organizing together for control over their lives, the decisions affecting them and against oppression. These areas stretch from workplaces activity in the unions, to neighborhood activism, an ecology movement that remembers class and in community resistance to forms of oppressions targeting particular identities.
We also see it as vital to work in struggles that happen outside the unions and the workplace. These include struggles against particular oppressions, colonialism, imperialism and indeed the struggles of the working class for a decent place and environment in which to live. Our general approach to these, like our approach to the unions, is to involve ourselves with mass movements and work within these movements, in order to promote anarchist methods of organization involving direct democracy and direct action.
The Che Cafe is a community space, DIY venue, vegan cafe, resource center for radical grassroots activists, and a whole lot more. We put on all ages shows, serve tasty vegetarian food and host numerous political and social events. The Che Cafe is "owned" and run by a non-hierarchical worker's collective - no bosses! The Che is a great place to meet and hang out with other people who envision a better world.
The Ché Café Collective is committed to radical social change and equality. Our community works to create itself as an alternative while, at the same time, attempting to open a space for and support other grass-roots organizations.