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Archive: May 2015

TABLOID- a review of mass culture and everyday life

TABLOID, a collectively edited critical journal of mass culture and everyday life from the late 1970’s and 1980’s, has arrived at Interference Archive thanks to the generous donation from the Tabloid collective via Mary Louise Pratt. If you are interested in seamlessly crafted compilations of critical analyses, book and music reviews, and graphic designs about | More »

Film: Arresting Power—Resisting Police Violence in Portland, OR

Friday, June 19, 2015

Arresting Power provides a timely look at one of the most pressing issues of our day: police brutality and its intersection with race and class. Through archival materials, interviews with dozens of historians, community leaders and citizens impacted by police violence in Portland, Oregon, the film explores a historical and political analysis of the role of the police in contemporary society.

We Won’t Move in Montreal…

Friends in Montreal have been pasting We Won’t Move posters up on the streets there. Tenant organizing everywhere!

We Won’t Move Catalog

72 page duotone offset printed book

Discussion with Organizers of the Quebec Student Movement

Sunday May 31, 11:00am-1:00pm

Join us for a discussion on the Quebec student movement and the 2012 and 2015 strikes in Quebec.  We’ll use this event to create an occasion for NYC activists to ask questions, hear stories, and build bridges between movements.

We Won’t Move! Exhibit Tour

May 30, 1pm

Join the curators for a tour and discussion of We Won’t Move!: Tenants Organize in NYC.

Preserving the Record of Resistance: hands-on paper preservation workshop

May 23-24 (Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 10am-1pm)

Join us for a hands-on paper preservation workshop with Theresa Smith, Paper Conservator for Special Collections at Harvard Library’s Weissman Preservation Center.

Panel on Policing and Gentrification

Thanks to everyone who came out to Verso Books on April 30th for the panel discussion on policing and gentrification. The panelists included Joan Gibbs (Activist, Writer, Attorney), Mayzabeth “Ginger” Lopez (GOLES), Victor Moses (Equality for Flatbush) and Marcus Moore (Picture the Homeless). The conversation was facilitated by Christina Hanhardt.  Listen to audio of the | More »

Panel: The Role of Law and Legal Work in the New York City Housing Movement

Thursday, May 21, 7-9pm

Through an evening of discussion, join us to explore the possibilities and limitations of law, litigation, and policy change in effecting true housing justice in NYC.

Documents of Resistance: timelines workshop

Session 1: Saturday, May 30th, 5-7pm
Session 2: Saturday, June 27th,  4-6pm
Session 3: Saturday July 25th  4-6pm

This series of workshops explores the intersection of art and activism by artists and workers of color. Over the course of the series we will visually map out a history of cultural activism from the 1960s to the present. ‘Timelines’ is a collaborative art-making workshop.