Radical History of Hackney material can also be found on:
A Hackney Autobiography – recording and remembering the history of Centerprise.
Hackney Account – Youth led police monitoring group.
De Beaver – archive of newspapers of the De Beauvoir Association from 1971-1984.
Hackney Solidarity Network – umbrella organisation for activists and community groups in the borough. Publish the 21st century Hackney Heckler.
Hackney Independent – working class community politics, mainly concentrating on South Hackney.
Hackney Alliance – defending public services against cuts and layoffs.
Hackney Flashers – archival site dedicated to this 1970s radical feminist photography collective.
Friends of Hackney Nurseries – a local group of parents, nursery workers, local residents and community activists that believe that quality childcare should be affordable and accessible to all those who need it.
Neil Martinson – Photographer whose work appeared in Centerprise’s “Working Lives” books. His site includes these and many other Hackney photos, including protests and other material.
Blood And Property – an interesting blog covering the political machinations in Hackney.
OPEN Dalston – campaigns for excellence in the quality of the built environment and public realm, the provision of transportation and amenities, and to ensure that changes to these have proper regard to the needs of local residents and businesses and the maintenance of a sustainable residential and business community.
Hackney Oral History – a collective of people interested in oral history who are currently researching people’s experiences of housing in Hackney.
What Is Chats Palace? – history of the venue/community centre and other things (like radical posters they found in the loft!)
Horrid Hackney – Recounting Hackney’s Horrible Histories
Newington Green Meeting House – home of radicals since 1708
Past Tense – South London Radical History and more.
Lewisham ’77 – documentation of the anti-fascist protest.
Transpontine – South East London blogzine
56A Infoshop – a hive of activity in Elephant and Castle which includes an offline archive of radical publications. Have been very helpful with material for this site.
Housmans – one of London’s few surviving independent radical bookshops.
Antihistory – documenting the Antiuniversity (launched in Shoreditch, 1968)
Reclaim EC1 – Campaigning for a more democratic City of London
Unfinished Histories – British Alternative Theatre 1968-1988