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POZ blogs cover Self-Determination Inside/Out exhibition

      The following is a review from POZ of our current exhibition. Self-Determination Inside/Out is a new exhibition of cultural materials made by prisoners and their supporters as they struggled for justice within the prison system. The exhibit, which is at Interference Archive in Brooklyn, spans decades of history and sheds new light | More »

New York Daily News: September 14, 2014

Penal System Exhibition “Self-Determination Inside/Out,” [a] powerful exhibition by incarcerated individuals and their allies touching on incarcerated women, AIDS education, political prisoners, prisoners-as-laborers, the 1971 Attica Prison uprising and other topics, opened Sept. 11 in Brooklyn at 131 8th St. in the Gowanus section. Film, video, posters, audio recordings and publications to look the history | More »

Gay City News: September 7, 2014

On Primary Eve, Cuomo Pressed at Home on Prisoner Clemency BY NATHAN RILEY A candlelight protest outside Governor Andrew Cuomo’s pastoral Westchester County home delivered a demand that he grant clemency to elderly prisoners with extensive records of good behavior. The coalition of prisoners’ rights activists, feminists, and gays, in a September 6 early evening | More »

La Jornada de Oriente: May 22, 2014

La muestra La Autonomía es la Vida, la Sumisión es la Muerte se inaugura hoy en NY en honor a los zapatistas Foto: colaboración gráfica de Bec Young para “La Autonomía es la Vida, la Sumisión es la Muerte” La noche de este jueves, un grupo de veinte artistas inaugurará la muestra “La Autonomía es | More »

La Jornada: May 22, 2014

Dedican a zapatistas muestra que se inaugurará hoy en Nueva York Por Hermann Bellinghausen, enviado San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis. Mientras en Brooklyn, Nueva York, un importante grupo de artistas inaugurará la noche de este jueves la muestra La Autonomía es la Vida, la Sumisión es la Muerte, en honor a los zapatistas de | More »

Prague Post: February 16, 2014

Exhibit: The Poster in the Clash of Ideologies traces propaganda at DOX Published: 16 February 2014 Written by Raymond Johnston World War I began the use of the poster as an ideological tool The year 2014 isn’t only the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, but also the start of using posters | More »

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 »

Culturestr/ke: Taking Back Chinatown, December 20, 2013

“Peter Yew Police Brutality Protests,” by Corky Lee. 1975 By Michelle Chen On a typical day in Manhattan’s Chinatown, the streets hum with the bustle of sidewalk vegetable markets and the idle prattle of wrinkled elders—a subdued but gritty din that seems to never change. But 40 years ago, these same streets were buzzing with | More »

Serve the People on Sinovision Journal

Sinovision Journal—Serve the People: The Asian American Movement in New York
December 2013

Kindle Project, October 10, 2013

Interference Archive: An Update by Molly Fair Oct 10, 2013 In 2011, Interference Archive opened it’s doors to the public in Brooklyn, NY.  It evolved from artists/activists Josh MacPhee and Dara Greenwald’s personal collection of materials created by and for social movements into a grassroots, volunteer-run, public archive. The collection consists of many kinds of | More »