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Advocacy On-Air: Listening Party + Discussion on Radio Activism

When: Monday, October 16, 7pm
Where: Starr Bar, 214 Starr Street, Brooklyn

Panel discussion on the use of radio as an activist tool, with Sylvia Ryerson, of Appalshop’s Calls from Home, Charlie Uruchima, of Kichwa Hatari New York, and Naomi Brussel of Out-FM. 

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Our Online Catalog is Temporarily Down

While we are moving our server, and thus our online catalog, will be temporarily down. Once internet service is established at our new location, and we can secure our service, we will relaunch the catalog, please check back in the coming weeks.

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Put Down Roots with Interference Archive

Interference Archive is moving, building, and growing–and we really need your support to make our new, long-term home a reality.
In August, we received a notice that Interference Archive had to vacate its current space by September 1 because the building we call home had sold. We had anticipated that a move was on the horizon, but suddenly we were faced with the immediate need for a new space. Fortunately, we found an amazing storefront rental on 7th Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn, and we have signed a long-term lease.

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Closed for September/October

Interference Archive will be closed for the month of September while we move to our new location (314 7th St., Brooklyn, NY 11215). Our plan is to re-open in early November, please stay tuned and stay in touch for exact dates.

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We’re moving!!

We have some exciting, important news: WE’RE MOVING!
Just under a month ago we were presented with what felt like a challenge but now feels horizon-expanding—a notice to vacate our current space effective September 1, 2017. Our building had been sold.
What does this mean?
We’ve lucked out and negotiated a long-term lease on a storefront space just three blocks from our current location, off 5th Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn. We’ll have a storefront. More room. More accessibility. And a long-term home (we have a 10 year lease!).

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Out in the Night Film Screening at the Lesbian Herstory Archives

September 10, at 7 pm

Interference Archive and the Lesbian Herstory Archives are offering a screening of the film Out in the Night. September 10, at 7 pm

Interference Archive and the Lesbian Herstory Archives are offering a screening of the film Out in the Night. September 10, at 7 pm

Interference Archive and the Lesbian Herstory Archives are offering a screening of the film Out in the Night. http://www.outinthenight.com/

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Resistance Across Time

Offsite exhibition with Gallery Affero at Window Gallery, Express Newark
Sep 20, 2017 – Feb 18, 2018

“Resistance Across Time” is a selection of posters from Interference Archive meant to remind viewers of the long history of social movements led by and in support of women’s rights, LGBTQ rights and the rights and safety of people of color. Social movements and the fight for justice, fairness and equality have being taking place for centuries of human history. In the U.S. the Civil Rights Movement of the sixties is often taught and discussed as the most defining series of actions and events towards social justice. Archives like Interference’s show us that the struggle is multifaceted, ceaseless, and ever evolving.

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We Are All In This Together

OFF-SITE EXHIBITION
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery at Purchase College
September 27 – November 10, 2017

We Are All in This Together, presented by Interference Archive with the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, uses the collection of Interference Archive and materials produced by the  Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative to explore artists’ solidarity with social movements.

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Coming Soon: Take Back the Fight exhibition catalogue

We’re excited to announce the upcoming release of a catalogue in conjunction with our current exhibition.

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Take Back the Fight: Resisting Sexual Violence from the Ground Up

PLEASE NOTE: This exhibition will be ending earlier than originally planned, and the last day in our current space is Sunday, September 3.  After a break to allow us to concentrate on the archive’s move, Take Back the Fight will re-open in our new space.  Stay tuned for more details.