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Archive: Jan 2014

Library Manifesto: January 14, 2014

Interference Archive Exhibition and Open House   On a mild night this past December, the Interference Archive hosted an open house for their exhibition “Serve The People: The Asian American Movement in New York.” The late ‘60s to early ‘80s were critical time in Asian-American history, when Asian-Americans were developing a new political and cultural | More »

Serve the People wall text

Serve the People-Gallery peek

Here’s some flicks of the Serve the People exhibition, on its own. Come see it in person, it runs until February 23rd.  

Serve the People: The Asian American Movement in New York

December 5, 2013 – March 23, 2014 (extended!)

Opening: Thursday December 5, 7-10pm

Serve the People: The Asian American Movement in New York charts a history of Asian American activism, organizing, and cultural production in the 1970s, the first exhibition to focus on New York as a center of this national phenomenon.

**CANCELLED** Putting the Movement to Music: An Evening with Fred Ho

CANCELLED

Activist, composer, and musician Fred Ho will lead a listening session and discussion of his early musical development in the context of the Asian American Movement. Ho, like other Movement leaders, infused his cultural work with revolutionary messages.

Subversiones: Collectively Breaking the Mexican Media Siege

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
7-9pm

Join member of Mexican media collective Subversiones, Andalusia Knoll for a a video presentation and discussion about auto-defense groups, political prisoners, migration, and defense of the land.

Serve the People Film Night: Short Films from the Movement

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
7-9pm

A sampling of short films produced during the Asian American Movement focused on reclaiming histories and capturing contemporary organizing. Following the screening, film programmer Chi-hui Yang will lead a discussion of the rise of Asian American film institutions during the Movement era.