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Audio Interference 32: Dan La Botz & Jamie Woodcock

“We did not go in there with the notion that we have all the answers to lead the working class, that we are the revolutionary leadership…the people who already understood the workplace, who understood the industry, who understood the union and its history were very often the rank and file workers who had been there for a long time.” – Dan La Botz

Audio Interference 06: Chicago Art Handlers

“It’s so difficult for people to imagine an organized workplace in the arts, but we really want to make it a reality.”

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 »