“I think that’s something you can find in any scene around the world, it always starts with some kind of physical space. It’s either a house where people can meet, or a bar where they are welcome. Without that, it does become really complicated, because everything becomes atomized.”
Listen here to the interview with Derek Debru from Nyege Nyege, for our monthly Space of Urgency radio show on Refuge Worldwide. We discuss topics such as mutual support, making ends meet as an underground collective and the importance of having physical community space.