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[VENUE AND TIME CHANGE] Film Screening: Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes of Anti-Imperialist Defense

**!NOTE VENUE AND TIME CHANGE!**

Friday, January 30th 2015
8:30 pm
at Verso Books, 20 Jay St., Brooklyn, NY, Ste. 1010

Reading groups focused on the works of anti-colonialist philosopher Frantz Fanon convened at Interference Archive and the Marxist Education Project through the end of 2014. Join both groups for this screening and discussion of Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes of Anti-Imperialist Defense!

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[POSTPONED] No More: Challenging State Violence From Mexico to NYC

[Due to the blizzard this event will be rescheduled for a date TBD.]

On January 27th, Interference Archive hosts a report-back and discussion with people who have been organizing in New York City and Guerrero to discuss where the movements find commonality and difference, as well as the role of gender, hashtags, and drug war. With Melissa Forbis, visiting researcher at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico City; Cherrell Brown, Community Organizer with Justice League, NYC; and Asha Ransby-Sporn, Co-Chair of Black Youth Project 100, NYC.

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Open House & Conversation about Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp

Saturday February 7
Open House 2-4pm
Conversation: 4-6PM

Join us for an open house and conversation with women who spent time at Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp. Participants include Silvia Frederici, Nanna Gro Henningsen, Gwyn Kirk, Ann Snitow and Rae Street— who will share their experiences about how the occupation impacted their lives and politics.

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Film Screening: Along The Fenceline

Friday February 6, 7:30pm

Living Along the Fenceline, a ground breaking 65-minute documentary by award-winning filmmaker Lina Hoshino, tells the stories of seven women whose lives have been affected by the US military presence in their backyards. Their individual journeys of strength and courage represent the unheard stories of myriad communities across the globe that live alongside US bases and bear tragic hidden costs to their land, culture, and spirit.

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Book Launch: Anarchists Never Surrender

Monday, February 16, 7pm

Anarchists Never Surrender provides a complete picture of Victor Serge’s relationship to anarchism. Editor Mitch Abidor presents this new anthology of Victor Serge’s previously unavailable texts on anarchism and fleshes out the portrait of this brilliant writer and thinker, a man I.F. Stone called one of the “moral figures of our time.”

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Celebrating 3 Years: thanks for community support!

As we approach our three-year anniversary this December, we wanted to share some of the major accomplishments of 2014, and to let you know what’s on the horizon.

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Exhibition Tour: Documents from Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp

Saturday, January 17
3pm

Join Documents from Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp exhibition organizers Susan Jahoda and Emma Jahoda-Brown for a tour of the show.

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New Songs for an Old Fight

Sunday, January 11 2015
7:00 pm

Songs of fiction and non-fiction about work, histories of labor organizing, and the modest insurgent dreams that lay just beneath the surface of everyday life. Lyrics and music by Brian Pickett, with Vani Kannan; illustrations by Ethan Heitner and other work from the Archive.

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Documents from the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp

December 5 2014- March 1, 2015
Opening December 5, 7-9pm

Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp was a 19-year anti-nuclear protest and encampment at the U.S. Military Base at Greenham Common, Berkshire County, England. This exhibition and event series, organized as a mother/daughter collaboration between Susan Jahoda and Emma Jahoda-Brown, assembles accounts of the comings and goings and daily lives of a diverse group of women at Greenham primarily over a nine year period. Photographs, film, artifacts and sound are brought together to reveal a complex view of a largely invisible history.

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Captive Nation/Snidelines Joint Event

Monday, January 5th 2015
7pm

Join authors, activists, and organizers Susie Day (Snidelines: Talking Trash to Power) and Dan Berger (Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era) for an informal discussion of their new books.