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Wikipedia Edit-a-thon / “Edit-a-thon” de Wikipedia

November 13, 2019 from 6 PM to 9 PM / 13 de noviembre, 2019, de 6 PM a 9 PM

Help us edit Wikipedia pages related to co-operative housing in New York City. Please RSVP in advance. / Ayúdenos a revisar las páginas de Wikipedia relacionado con viviendas cooperativas en la ciudad de Nueva York. Se requiere registro en avance.

Block Printing Workshop

Saturday, November 16, 2-4pm

RSVP required; maximum 15 participants

Block printing is an extremely accessible method of printmaking that
can be done by artists of any skill level! In this workshop, we’ll
learn the basics of block printing to create a rubber stamp that can
be printed on paper and fabric while discussing the role printmaking
has played in social movements throughout history.

Intro to Cooperative Homeownership Course / Curso de Introduccion a ser Propietario de Viviendas Cooperativas

Thursday, November 7, 2019, 6 PM to 8 PM / Jueves, 7 de noviembre, 2019 de 6 PM a 8 PM

Space is limited. Registration is required / Espacio es limitado. Se requiere registro en avance

Building the Movement for Mutual Aid: Training Series

Part 1: Friday, November 1, 7-9pm
D.I.Y. Crisis Response Presentation & Discussion using archival material from Interference Archive

Part 2: Saturday, November 2, 4-8pm
Participatory workshop and skill share
***Please RSVP for Part 2: participatory workshop and skill share 

Sanctuary Movements, Open Archive and Community Building

Saturday, October 26,2-5pm
***Location: Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St, New Haven, CT

As part of “Sanctuary Cities and the Politics of the American Dream,” all are welcome to take part in an open archive presentation and group discussion from Interference Archive and the New Haven Museum.

Science for the People Climate solutions reading group: From militarism and tech to solidarity science

Thursday, October 24, 7-9pm
In 1969, a group of scientists and activists committed to the practice of science to end oppression and violence began publishing Science for the People, a flagship publication of the radical science movement for 20 years. This reading group coincides with the release of the first issue from the relaunch of Science for the People, which aims to introduce the principles of radical science to a new generation of activists looking to understand and transform the world around us.

Cataloging Party!

Saturday, October 5, 2-5pm

Help us catalog our collection! Join catalogers — old and new — to learn the ropes of cataloging in our online catalog. Bring your own laptop and cord, if possible; unfortunately we don’t have enough to go around. No experience is required. Come learn with us!

Radical Playdate presents: Let’s Make Posters!

Saturday, September 28, 2-4pm
Recommended ages: 12 and under
Suggested donation: $5 (but no one will be turned away!)

If you had a radio show, what would you say on it? What kind of music would you play? Who would listen to your radio show? Inspired by our current exhibition, Resistance Radio, we’ll design and make posters about pirate radio, listening, music….and even pirates if you want!

Tor: What is it Good For?

Saturday, September 14th, 3:30 – 5:30 pm

Join the Tech Learning Collective in a two-hour mini-intensive digital safety workshop focused on the Tor Project.

Resistance Radio Wikipedia Editathon

Tuesday, August 27, 5-9pm

In recognition of our current exhibition, Resistance Radio, we are holding a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on the theme of pirate radio and community broadcasting.