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Screening and Q&A: Miners Shot Down and Fallism in Contemporary South Africa

Sunday, February 21st, 2pm

Join us for this screening of Miners Shot Down, a documentary examining the wildcat strike that became South Africa’s first post-apartheid massacre, and a Q&A after with current organizers within South Africa’s student and labor movements.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Respect Existence or Expect Resistance: Short films, discussion, & acoustic performance for Indigenous resistance and liberation

Monday, July 28, 2014


Respect Existence or Expect Resistance will address resource colonization including uranium & coal mining, protection of sacred places, the ally industrial complex, and tactics towards collective liberation.

Weichanmu: the Mapuche struggle in Chile

Monday, June 2, 2014

Representatives from the Portland Central America Solidarity Committee will share a short documentary about the Mapuche conflict in Chile.  The first film in a series detailing the impact of the forestry industry in southern Chile, Weichanmu, translates as “we are going to war” in the indigenous Mapuche language.

Discussion & Film “Wildcat at Mead”

On May 16th, Interference Archive hosted a screening and discussion of the film Wildcat at Mead. Chronicling a successful 1972 wildcat strike at Mead Packaging, an Atlanta, GA cardboard plant, Wildcat at Mead highlights the struggles of the predominantly Black  workers on strike, who had been battling racism within their labor union as well as with | More »