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Archive: Jul 2014

Marc Rudin/Jihad Mansour-images for Palestine

As a result of the daily massacres that happen in Gaza, I decided to share some of Marc Rudin’s poster work during my shift at the archive today. We have an exhibition catalog of poster designs he made while cooperating with the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine) from 1979 through 1991. The | More »

From NAFTA to TPP: A Panel on the The Zapatista Uprising at 20 and Free Trade Resistance in Mexico, Peru, and the United States

Thursday, July 31
Interference Archive, 7 to 9pm

Join TradeJustice New York Metro and the Interference Archive for a panel discussion on resistance to pro-corporate free trade agreements – from the Zapatistas to grassroots activism in New York City.

“It was a home grown kind of insurgency:” Nancy Peckenham on Guatemala

I first became acquainted with Nancy Peckenham, an American activist, documentarian, and journalist, through her donation to Interference Archive, an extraordinary collection of posters from the 1970s and 1980s, expressing solidarity with people’s movements in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua.  A few months ago, I reached out to Nancy and was able to interview her | More »

Scavenge the Archive

Wednesday July 30, 7 to 9pm

Entry cost: $5 by donation

Interference Archive is hosting a scavenger hunt fundraiser…in the archive!

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.

We Are Who We Archive Poster

Screenprinted exhibition poster

There is an Elephant in Every Room: Art & Protest in Egypt and Beyond

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Artist and designer Ganzeer highlights the social and political relevance of some of the artwork produced in Egypt over the course of the last 3 years and why it frightens Egypt’s new dictator. Ganzeer also explains why you don’t need a crisis as obvious as Egypt’s to create relevant art.

Unseen War

Film Screening: Unseen War

Monday, July 21, 2014


Unseen War explores what one can gather from all the available data, evidence and information, challenging the existing narratives of just war, collateral damage and economy of warfare in the case of US-deployed drone strikes in the tribal area of Pakistan (FATA)