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Everybody's Got a Right to Live: The Poor People's Campaign 1968 and Now


  • Interference Archive 314 7th Street Brooklyn, NY, 11215 United States (map)

This exhibition provides a look at some of the visual culture of the original PPC, including photographs of marches and rallies, press coverage, and a contemporary public response to a mural in Resurrection City called the ‘hunger wall’ created with the DC Public Library, in addition to showcasing the efforts of the new PPC and a portfolio of Justseeds posters created in solidarity with their actions.

open at 314 7th Street during the following hours:

Thursday
1 — 9pm

Friday, Saturday and Sunday
12 — 5pm

No appointment is necessary for a visit during open hours.  Visitors are welcome to explore the collection on their own, or with the assistance of volunteer staff.

As a 100% volunteer-run space, we are not able to accommodate individual appointments outside of our open hours. If you are a group of five or more we request advance notice. We are available to give introductions and tours for which we appreciate donations.

Space Accessibility

Interference Archive volunteers would be happy to answer any questions about the accessibility of our spaces. We are wheelchair accessible, and we have an ADA bathroom. Please don’t hesitate to email info@interferencearchive.org to talk over any accessibility topics or to make arrangements for a visit or event.

We ask that visitors refrain from using perfumes or other heavily scented items in order to minimize risks to people with chemical sensitivities.

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