Warzone began life in Belfast 1984, ran the automomous centre GIROS until 2003, closed up shop and then started afresh in 2009.
Inspired by the CRASS performance in 1982 and by Just Books anarchist bookshop, a group of friends got together a space for practice and performance, vegan cafe, radical library, art gallery, info shop etc etc and influenced a generation, becoming the hub of radical politics in the process, in a city notorious for dead end nationalist conflict.
We are back and you'll be hearing more from us in future! Love to everyone who's doing anything!
The Wrench in the Works collective operates a community space in Willimantic, CT. The Wrench is open to the public and offers a radical lending library, coffeehouse, and space for leftist anti-authoritarians, progressives and radicals to meet, organize projects and hold events.
We strive to be a non-heirarchical organization, with decisions made collectively by members at semimonthly consensus-based meetings. We have no managers or paid staff. We rely on member dues and donations from those who use and enjoy the space to pay the rent and keep the lights on.