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Sakhi Presents: Poetry Nite at Interference Archive

Thursday, November 9, 7pm

Join gender justice organization Sakhi for South Asian Women for a poetry reading on 11/9 at Interference Archive, in their new space! 

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. 

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.

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/

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

PLEASE NOTE: This exhibition will be on partial view in Interference Archive’s new space, beginning November 16.  We are working on completing our buildout and re-opening the entire exhibition as soon as possible.  Stay tuned for more details. .

Reading Group: The New Jim Crow

Starts August 12
Come read with us! A few of us have decided to spend some time reading together over the coming weeks at Interference Archive. We’ve decided to focus on The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander, because we thought this would be a great book to have people to talk about with — whether you’re reading it for the first time, or for a second (or third?!).

We’re coming at this discussion not as experts, but as people who love to learn and who hope to learn from the others who come to this group. We’ll also work together to find related material in the Interference Archive collection for us to read if we choose; participants are encouraged to suggest related articles, podcasts, and books for others to check out as we go along.

Interference Archive Block Party

Saturday, September 2, 2pm – 6pm

We’re bringing back the block party!  Join us on September 2 for food, music, screen printing, button making, and other activities.

Film Screening: Eat Your Children

Saturday, August 19, 7pm

Join us for a screening of Eat Your Children followed by a conversation with filmmaker Treasa O’Brien.

Eat Your Children is a provocation, an inside-out activist film, a film that attempts to document the invisible. It is a road-trip quest by two friends who emigrated from Ireland during the financial crash of 2008 and who have now returned to probe Ireland’s so-called acceptance of debt and austerity.

Individual and Community Self-Defense Workshop

Saturday, August 19, 1-3pm

As part of the current Take Back the Fight: Resisting Sexual Violence from the Ground Up exhibition, Interference Archive is partnering with the Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE) to host a Peer Educator Self-Defense Workshop. Youth Peer Educators from CAE will lead an exciting and participatory self defense workshop. In this workshop, participants will learn how to protect themselves using physical self defense techniques, the power of their voice, and engaging in activism. This workshop is open to girls, transyouth, women, and LGBTQ+ identified folks and is limited to 20 participants. If you would like to participate, please RSVP.

Summer Radical Playdates!

Saturday, August 12, 2017
1pm–3pm

Radical Playdate has been in full effect since February 2017. So far, we’ve made a zine, we made stencil graphics, created a growing resource list of music and storybooks, and we even had a little music protest parade. Now, we’d like to talk more about how we can make Radical Playdate more “radical,” and to expand our all-ages community. If you’ve been thinking of showing up, now is the time to do that!