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Archive: Nov 2016

Audio Interference 23: Brooklyn Housing Struggle

“I was born and raised here, and the fact that I went to college, I’m a working professional, and I can’t come back to my own community and buy a house, is a very big problem.” In this week’s episode, we look at the struggle for housing here in Brooklyn. We speak with Jean Stevens, | More »

NYC Info Worker Post-Election Strategy Session

Friday, December 2nd, 7pm

Join us for an informal gathering of NYC area librarians, archivists and information workers interested in organizing against the coming Trump era. This will be an initial meeting to discuss potential impacts, identify skills and organizing strategies and start brainstorming next steps.

Thank you for celebrating with us!

Our 2016 benefit was so much for — thank you to everyone who joined us! Spending an evening with so many people who we care about and who care about us is absolutely what we needed right now, and your generous support raised almost $4000 for Interference Archive. Below: Louise and Kevin call out our | More »

Politics In Public Space In Words And Pictures

Tuesday, December 13, 2016
7pm


Artist, author and teacher Seth Tobocman shares lessons we can learn from the past for our current moment, by drawing on two of his recent publications. LEN provides us with historic perspectives on occupation from the case of the Chicago 7, and the newly re-issued War in the Neighborhood gives insight into gentrification and displacement from the viewpoint of the 1980s Lower East Side. With a discussion led by AK Thompson and music by Eric Blitz, Jenny Gonzalez Blitz, Andy Laties, and Rebecca Migdal.

Audio Interference 22: Silvia Federici

For this weeks episode, Charlie Morgan and Louise Barry interviewed Silvia Federici about Italian music in the 1960s and the Wages for Housework campaign. Music: “Prendiamoci La Città” by Pino Masi. “Per i morti di Reggio Emilia” by Fausto Amodei “O cancellier che tieni la penna in mano” “La ballata della Pinelli” by Pino Masi | More »