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Audio Interference 25: Anticipating 2017

“People are afraid and disappointed and in some cases heartbroken, and it’s not enough anymore to sit at home and donate a small amount of money or buy a t-shirt. Coming out and being around your community and participating with them is necessary.” – Janina Larenas In this episode, we look at two projects mobilizing | More »

Audio Interference 24: Amplifier Foundation

“The main idea is to empower people who are observers, and provide them with tools to become participants in the political realm.” – Cleo Barnett, The Amplifier Foundation In this week’s episode, we take a close look at activist art produced by the Amplifier Foundation. We speak with Cleo Barnett from the Foundation about their | More »

Audio Interference 23: Brooklyn Housing Struggle

“I was born and raised here, and the fact that I went to college, I’m a working professional, and I can’t come back to my own community and buy a house, is a very big problem.” In this week’s episode, we look at the struggle for housing here in Brooklyn. We speak with Jean Stevens, | More »

Audio Interference 22: Silvia Federici

For this weeks episode, Charlie Morgan and Louise Barry interviewed Silvia Federici about Italian music in the 1960s and the Wages for Housework campaign. Music: “Prendiamoci La Città” by Pino Masi. “Per i morti di Reggio Emilia” by Fausto Amodei “O cancellier che tieni la penna in mano” “La ballata della Pinelli” by Pino Masi | More »

Audio Interference 21: UnLocal

“It was extremely traumatic…mothers didn’t send their kids to school, people didn’t go to work, because of these raids.” – Tania Mattos UnLocal is a New York-based legal services organization, which works with immigrant communities to provide legal representation, education, and advocacy. UnLocal’s collaboration with Mobile Print Power was included in the recent Interference Archive | More »

Audio Interference 20: Squatting in London

“There are fewer squatters because of state repression–because of the way the law has changed and the way the police enforce that law.” – Greg Ryan This episode is about the effects of UK housing law on the London squatters movement. Louise Barry talks to Myk Zeitlin of the Advisory Service for Squatters, former squatter | More »

Audio Interference 19: Lesbian Herstory Archives

“It’s people who are more familiar with archives who have more trouble figuring out how to negotiate this space…There’s one researcher I remember, she came in with this question about Adrienne Rich, so I mistakenly assumed that she wanted to see Adrienne Rich’s papers. And so I took down the box and she was just | More »

Audio Interference 18: Kevin Caplicki

“The image allows for the viewer to interpret it quickly. And I guess that’s what an advertiser tries to do–that’s what a propagandist tries to do.” – Kevin Caplicki In this episode, Brooke Shuman talks to Kevin Caplicki, one of the founders of Interference Archive and a member of Justseeds. Founded in 1998, Justseeds is | More »

Audio Interference 17: Diana Block

“We were subject to an FBI sting. We were placed under surveillance, and we were able to discover the surveillance and get rid of it, but then for the next nine years we were living underground.” – Diana Block In this episode, Lani Hanna speaks to Diana Block about her life as an activist, organizer, | More »

Audio Interference 16: Greg Sholette

“We were still coming off the afterglow, in many ways, of May ’68. There’s no question about that.” – Greg Sholette. In this episode, artist, writer, and activist Greg Sholette relates the history of the political art collective PAD/D, and how the collective used art to resist gentrification in 1980s New York. Sholette was interviewed | More »