The term professional–managerial class (PMC) refers to a social class within capitalism that, by controlling production processes through superior management skills, is neither proletarian nor bourgeois.
From what I've seen from this presenter previously, I sense there's a professional appropriation of the commons ethos going on. Better architecture, more equity. Beware the professional-managerial class! It's good though, to see commoning being situated in a context of Black equity and property relations. Of course it's relevant :) Power to the commons Just - never entirely trust a professional. Yours, in and against the professional-managerial class 🙄 Vernaculars of the world, unite!
I think I am also in and against the professional-managerial class.
1.1. In my garden
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