who are we and what do we do?
There are probably as many ways of looking at this question as there are people. But we want to be brave and dare a short summary. One thing in advance: No, we are not a commune!
With the K20 Projekthaus as a utopian free space and with a political claim, the foundation stone was laid for a place where people can organize themselves together in a life collective that is as autonomous as possible.
An overwhelming majority of people are unlikely to agree to surrender to a capitalist and patriarchal supremacy in various areas of society, but would like to actively seek solution strategies for a social, ecological, sustainable and just world and try them out on living examples.
Perhaps the concept of a utopian reallaboratory fits quite well here, in case people are looking for a pigeonhole into which they would like to put us.
Without wanting to convey even a hint of a claim to perfection, we explore new possibilities, inspirations and ways of thinking about how we as humanity can still manage an urgently needed change on planet earth and exploit the available resources as little as possible and distribute them fairly.
Thus, various housing projects, such as the K20, the Blue House or the H1 form different approaches to sustainable coexistence with the lowest possible demand for living space and energy consumption. Projects like the exchange logic-free train station café 'zur molli', the bio-vegan farming collective 'urtica', the K20 as a seminar house or the saving of discarded food offer innovative participation possibilities and new approaches how a society can reorganize itself.
In addition, there are countless personal, communal or political projects, encounters or topics here. People contribute here voluntarily to shake up and transform social grievances in an uncomfortable but sympathetic way. Salzderheld*innen is one of many small mosaics across national borders, towards a peaceful society of solidarity and empathy.
Wir freuen uns, wenn Menschen, die von Diskriminierung betroffen sind, den Weg zu uns finden. Das heißt, dass wir versuchen unsere Räume für Menschen, die von (systematischer) Diskriminierung betroffen sind, möglichst zugänglich zu gestalten. Wir laden also bspw. explizit LGBTQ+*- und BIPoC*-Menschen, sowie Menschen mit Behinderungen und geflüchtete Menschen ein.
Unser Ziel ist es, voneinander zu lernen und miteinander unseren Alltag zu gestalten. Da wir zum Teil ein offener Ort sind, an dem verschiedenste Menschen zusammenkommen, können wir allerdings auch hier (leider) mögliche Diskriminierungen nicht ausschließen.