For our upcoming exhibition Finally Got The News: The Printed Legacy of the U.S. Radical Left, 1970–1979 we are producing our most ambitious publication yet! The book that accompanies the exhibition will collect almost 100 images of materials included in the show, original essays by 14 contributors, and a round table discussion amongst a broad collection of producers of propaganda in the 1970s.
This book will provide over 200 full-color pages of full-color reproductions accompanied by text, and will be available in spring 2017. Pre-orders will be shipped shortly after that date.
This is not going to be your average, slim exhibition catalog, but an impressive stand-alone document of the 70s radical Left. The more money we raise, the more pages we can add, which means the more amazing reproductions of rare and important political documents and social movement culture.
We are pre-selling the book for $20 plus postage. If you order 5 copies, we’ll give you a great deal—$60, so $12/book!
(Unfortunately individual international shipping is not available for this pre-order. It’s just too expensive! If you are in another country and would like to buy bulk copies, please email us at info@interferencearchive dot com to make arrangements.)
Here is a rough draft of the Table of Contents:
—Foreword by Interference Archive
—Introduction by Brad Duncan
—Lines of Struggle:
“In the Factories and In the Streets!” by Dan LaBotz
——Flashpoint: The Revival of May Day by Elly Leary
“Solidarity with Global Liberation” by Bill Fletcher
“Women! Nothing to Lose But Our Chains” by Johanna Brenner
——Flashpoint: The Revival of International Women’s Day by Silvia Federici
“Class, Nation, Communism” by Kazembe Balagun
——Flashpoint: Boston Busing Crisis by Ethan Young
“Towards New Afrika” by Akinyele Umoja
——Flashpoint: African Liberation Day by Badili Ifadoyin Jones-Goodhope
“No Justice, No Peace—No Prisons, No Police” by Dan Berger
“Love and Solidarity: Queer Liberation” by Emily K. Hobson
“No Business As Usual: Anarchists, Autonomists, and Other Troublemakers” by Stephanie Browner
—Propagandist Roundtable, participants TBA
And here is a small selection of the materials that will be included:
This project is supported by a Humanities New York Action Grant.