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Audio Interference 25: Anticipating 2017

“People are afraid and disappointed and in some cases heartbroken, and it’s not enough anymore to sit at home and donate a small amount of money or buy a t-shirt. Coming out and being around your community and participating with them is necessary.” – Janina Larenas

In this episode, we look at two projects mobilizing people for resistance during Trump’s presidency. First, Louise Barry and Vero Ordaz talk to information workers gathered for a strategy session at Interference Archive. Next, Lani Hanna talks to artist Janina Larenas about her project, Print Organize Protest. ┬áLearn more at www.printorganizeprotest.org.

Produced by Interference Archive.

Music: “Forget About Tomorrow” by Eyelids, courtesy of the Free Music Archive.