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London Action Resource Centre

The London Action Resource Centre is a collectively run building providing space and resources including: offices, computer and internet facilities, roof garden, an "anti-systemic library" (i.e. a library that does not have a catalogue or hierarchical arrangement), banner-making space, meeting and event rooms for people and groups working on self-organised, non-hierarchical projects for radical social change London Action Resource Centre was conceived as an idea by a group of friends in 1999. Most had a history of involvement in direct action from the anti-roads movement, through Reclaim the Streets, to the Carnival against Capitalism June 18th 1999 who had come to feel that the one-off spectacular actions weren't enough to build the 'creative alternatives' which were often talked about in propaganda. Access to a building for meetings and office space was seen as important.

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