Style.com: January 29, 2015

From “British Designer Bella Freud Reveals Her Beauty Must-Haves and the “Rare Jewel” of London” THE INSPIRATIONAL JAUNT: Interference Archive “I recently discovered this amazing treasure trove in Brooklyn called Interference Archive—the name alone is a pretty good one to drop. It has a superb website—which made me expect a mini MoMA—but it is a couple […]

Style.com: January 29, 2015

From “British Designer Bella Freud Reveals Her Beauty Must-Haves and the “Rare Jewel” of London” THE INSPIRATIONAL JAUNT: Interference Archive “I recently discovered this amazing treasure trove in Brooklyn called Interference Archive—the name alone is a pretty good one to drop. It has a superb website—which made me expect a mini MoMA—but it is a couple […]

Activating Social Movement Histories with friends across the globe

In November, a small group of us from Interference Archive (Jen Hoyer, Josh MacPhee, and Greg Mihalko) had the amazing opportunity to travel to the UK and speak with a lot of great people about the work we do here in Brooklyn. Our trip started at the Victoria and Albert Museum, where we joined a […]

[POSTPONED] No More: Challenging State Violence From Mexico to NYC

[Due to the blizzard this event will be rescheduled for a date TBD.]
On January 27th, Interference Archive hosts a report-back and discussion with people who have been organizing in New York City and Guerrero to discuss where the movements find commonality and difference, as well as the role of gender, hashtags, and drug war. With Melissa Forbis, visiting researcher at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico City; Cherrell Brown, Community Organizer with Justice League, NYC; and Asha Ransby-Sporn, Co-Chair of Black Youth Project 100, NYC.

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