Kallay, Aneaka

Aneaka Kallay
1 July 2013Comment

While sitting on a train bound for Manchester, I read over an article I’d drafted for Radical Rumours, a housing and workers co-operative zine. The piece encouraged the Radical Routes network to break out of guilt-based activism which permeated our communities. As I read the piece I had a lightbulb moment: I’d written the article for myself.

A few months earlier, I had been involved in the No Dash for Gas occupation of West Burton gas-fired power station. It was a very successful…