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2018 at Interference Archive: the perspective from our bank account

None of us volunteer at Interference Archive because we love accounting, but as tax season rolls around, we thought we’d share some of the numbers that we’ve pulled together to paint a picture of what it costs to keep this archive alive.

We’re moving!!

We have some exciting, important news: WE’RE MOVING!
Just under a month ago we were presented with what felt like a challenge but now feels horizon-expanding—a notice to vacate our current space effective September 1, 2017. Our building had been sold.
What does this mean?
We’ve lucked out and negotiated a long-term lease on a storefront space just three blocks from our current location, off 5th Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn. We’ll have a storefront. More room. More accessibility. And a long-term home (we have a 10 year lease!).

Inaugurating Resistance Propaganda Party a Success!

Thanks to everyone that came out to this past weekends Inaugurating Resistance Propaganda Party. The exhibition space and our collection room was packed with people the whole weekend. Visitors stayed to volunteer and help with the live screen printing, others to document, and everyone to discuss the enduring struggles we’re involved in. The event was | More »

What powers Interference Archive: Indigenous Peoples’ Justice

This post is the fourth in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. We wanted to take this time to think about what these critical elements and movements bring to us, | More »

What powers Interference Archive: Queer Organizing

This post is the third in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. Read our first post, on women’s movements, here; our second, on labor movements, is here. Queer Organizing The | More »

What powers Interference Archive: labor organizing

This post is the second in a series during the month of December 2016, where we are reflecting on the things — issues, movements, and ideas — that give us a reason for existing here at Interference Archive. Read our first post, on women’s movements, here. Labor organizing Part of the history of society is the struggle | More »

A letter from all of us at Interference Archive…

Dear Friends of Interference Archive,

The closing of 2016 has been challenging for all of us, but we have found strength and hope in the amazing community that surrounds Interference Archive. The integrity, heart, and commitment of New York City activists is even stronger in these times. Thank you to everyone who has brought their voice to Interference Archive and linked arms in the struggle to make the world a more just place.

Volunteering at Interference Archive: sharing the voices from our collections

For those of you who don’t get to visit Interference Archive regularly, we thought we would start a series of short posts about what we do as volunteers. This post was shared by volunteer Louise Barry. If you’re interested in volunteering at Interference Archive, check out our website on info for how to get involved, or | More »

Volunteering at Interference Archive: why we do what we do!

Volunteers at Interference Archive do absolutely everything, from painting the walls between exhibitions to sorting book donations and answering questions from visiting researchers. For those of you who don’t get to visit Interference Archive regularly, we thought we would start a series of short posts about what we do as volunteers. To kick this off, | More »

Interference Archive in the news: a roundup of press coverage in 2015

A big part of our mission at Interference Archive is to start conversations about social movement culture and the histories we collect. Over the past year, we’ve seen some of those conversations happen in the press. Here’s a roundup of conversations about Interference Archive happening in the press over 2015.