When embarking on a project designed to make some kind of change in society, however large or small, we are aiming to generate and insert something within a complex soup of actors and relations, wills and powers, beliefs and daily routines, age-old institutions and nascent structures—all of which we commonly refer to as “everyday life.”

It is often easy to spot malfunctions in the way things are organized, but when something is clearly wrong and seems to require correction, this may also mean we’re not seeing the full picture.
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