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Audio Interference 53: Appalachian Movement Press

“They saw this region as affected by a kind of colonial influence from the larger urban areas, sort of extracting resources from Central Appalachia historically, for over a hundred years, and not giving anything back.”

Audio Interference 52: SisterSerpents

“We were exploding and we were asking women all over to explode with us.” – Jeramy Turner

Audio Interference 51: Adjunctification at CUNY

“Adjunctification is really this process of replacing full time academic positions with part time academic positions at lower wages and usually inferior, if any, benefits as a cost saving measure.”

Audio Interference 50: Center for the Study of Political Graphics

“It’s like we’re always reinventing the wheel, but some of these posters tell you what worked and what didn’t work a generation ago or more.” – Carol Wells

Audio Interference 49: Ryan Wong and Basement Workshop

“All the messages from pop culture present Asian American as an apolitical thing. It was really shocking and liberating to find out that actually, Asian American politics was rooted in radical organizing and rooted in grassroots arts movements.” — Ryan Wong

Audio Interference 47: Lower East Side Community Gardens

“Other cities are trying to get rid of their green space. If they get rid of their green space they can stop people from public assembly, which they’re nervous about.” – Bill DiPaola

Audio Interference 48: Koyt Far Dayn Fardakht

This episode features a performance by Koyt Far Dayn Fardakht at Interference Archive’s 2017 block party, as well as an interview with the band, , who describe their music as “queer/trans antizionist Yiddish punk,” originally broadcast live on Radio Free Gowanus.

Audio Interference: Silvia Federici & Wages for Housework

On February 9, 2018, Interference Archive presented a talk by Silvia Federici, co-founder of the Wages for Housework movement, on the publication of her new book, The New York Wages for Housework Committee, 1972-1977. Hear a recording of the full talk.

Audio Interference 45: Teaching Self Defense

“When I first took karate, I was already an activist. And I could see right away what this could do for women in the 70s.” — Annie Ellman

Audio Interference 46: Bread and Puppet Theater

“Puppetry, especially giant puppets, gives people glimpses of this bigger reality that is beyond what our minds normally inhabit.”
-Joe Therrien, Bread and Puppet Theater