Originally posted on The Free:

We’ve counted some 140 ”Occupied Social Centers”  the Spanish state. (en castellano abajo)

 ”In every neighborhood an occupied social center… The movement is no longer so defensive, enclosed in a comfortable (and sometimes thankless) ghetto, and has begun to expand. It’s a good time to welcome without fear new people from other political traditions, and above all, people never politicized.”

In ‘A las Barricadas’ magazine we published a map some  months ago of social centers (squats or not), cultural associations, think tanks, foundations, social libraries, bookstores and other places of anti-authoritarian character.The very variety of the Iberian anarchism today, makes it difficult to categorize or locate many spaces.

The 15M  Occupy The Streets Movement

One of the results of the huge new assembly based movement

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