Housekeeping committee

Here are the people who are taking care of the Museum of Care.

Steve Bachelor is an historian, amateur chicken farmer, and defiant believer that other worlds are possible. He enjoys making and sharing goat-milk yogurt and helping people discover their innate talent to break bricks with dialectics. His favorite expression is “Fuck Boomers,” and he’s usually the first at any party to bust out the Electric Slide. As a housekeeper Steve is providing tips for reading group, facilitation at assemblies, and other useful skills, as they be needed.
Nika Dubrovsky is an artist (whatever that means these days). She also loves to read, collect and write adult books for kids and children books for adults. She dreams of divine spirulina, which even a lazy city dweller can grow.
Nika is the door opener at zoom for the Assemblies. She is a member of the curatorial team of the several Rooms, such as Fight Club, Decision Making Documentary, Visual Assembly and others.


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Rob has been hanging out with anarcho groups of various kinds for 4.5 decades and he still hasn’t given up. Especially active in the Freedom Press group in London in the 1990s Rob still helps out with translation work (most recently about feminists in the Spain Revolution and the Yellow Vest movement in France) underlining his interest in the media. Loves mushrooms, playing bass guitar and supporting Inter Milan FC. Within the Museum of Care he helps with social media and outreach.

Simona Ferlini is a political philosopher and public servant of the health care system, a mother and a cook,
a real Italian and a real friend.
Among other duties, she is an active member of the Reading Group and the Documentary “Decision Making”. She will take care of cooking and nurturing, of room temperature, and of gossiping.