“We saw the hierarchical constraints of the society our parents created, and we wanted to do it differently. So we created this flattened, non-hierarchical approach to almost everything we did.”
In the 1960s and 1970s, California-based print collective Peoples Press produced numerous books and pamphlets on international political struggles. In this episode of Audio Interference, Lani Hanna talks with collective members Jane Norling and Marty Williams about the influence of Cuba, organizing volunteer labor, and becoming a self-taught printer.
Music: “Conscience” by Ketsa and “De Cuba” by Songo 21, both courtesy of the Free Music Archive.
Produced by Interference Archive.