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Support Interference Archive this season, and send a radical history bundle to your friends!

Are you looking for gifts to send to friends this holiday season? We’ve got a solution for you—and you can support Interference Archive at the same time!

For a donation of $75 to Interference Archive, we’ll send a radical history bundle to someone in the United States on your behalf.

Online class visits for the 2020-21 school year: join us (virtually) in the archive!

We love having classes visit Interference Archive. It provides us with an easy way to meet our mission of engaging the public with the cultural production of social movements, and we are so grateful for every opportunity to introduce students to a different kind of archive: one where use is a form of preservation; one | More »

Exhibition Catalog: Walkout: A Brief History of Student Organizing

May 2020 marked the 50th anniversary of the Kent State and Jackson State massacres, which set off a historically large-scale student strike across the nation. With the anniversary as an entry point and frame of reference, this 96-page full color publication uses posters, buttons, pamphlets, flyers, zines, and more—to examine the broader scope of student movements that both led up to and followed those of May 1970.

Survivors Issue #4 Virtual Launch!

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 6:30 PM – 8 PM

Co-hosted with Survived & Punished New York

Virtual launch of Audio Interference’s mini-series of podcasts about the abolitionist group Survived & Punished NY, and the newest edition of Survived & Punished NY’s abolitionist newsletter, Free:Survivors Issue #4

Virtual Book Discussion with Librarians and Archivists with Palestine

Thursday, June 25th at 7pm

Each year, Librarians and Archivists with Palestine hosts “One Book, Many Communities,” an international campaign which invites communities to come together to read and discuss a common book. The 2020 “One Book, Many Communities” title is The Book of Disappearance by Ibtisam Azem.

Virtual Multispecies Care Circle

Saturday, May 9, 4-5pm

As we shield our breath from the virus, what does it mean to seek sharing breath with other species? How does the temporary pause of the pandemic provide an opportunity for us to sense the web of relations of breathing and air quality?Join the EPA’s first Multispecies Care Circle to dive into these questions.

Interference Archive’s Response to COVID19

In solidarity with our community and those most vulnerable, we are doing our part to slow the spread of COVID-19 by temporarily shutting our doors. All events are currently postponed—we’re hopeful to get them back on the schedule in the very near future. There will be no open hours for visiting.

Climate Justice Wikipedia Editathon

UPDATE: this event will be online-only

Join us to increase representation of environmental issues on Wikipedia, inspired by our exhibition, A Visual History of Climate Justice. Please note: this event will take place online only, but you can still join organizers March 11th from 6 to 9pm in editing.

Climate Activism 101

POSTPONED Saturday, March 21, 3-5pm

Ari (350 Brooklyn) and Liat (Indivisible Nation BK) are co-creating a new initiative to provide people with easy, concrete actions that they can take (mostly from home) in order to advocate for transformative climate policy and support local organizations building climate solutions. During this workshop, Ari and Liat will share strategies for getting involved (in a sustainable way!) in Climate Activism.

Gowanus Rezone: Working Toward a Sustainable Future through Environmental Justice

POSTPONEDThursday, March 26, 7pm

How does neighborhood rezoning affect housing, racial, and environmental justice? Join Interference Archive for a conversation with residents and activists for a discussion about the past, present, and future of Gowanus.