Who lived at Resurrection City in 1968? What was it like to live there? Join us at Interference Archive on Saturday afternoon for an intimate look at the current exhibition (http://interferencearchive.org/everybodys-got-a-right-to-live-the-poor-peoples-campaign-1968-now/) with our esteemed elder Carlos Raúl Dufflar, a leader in both the original Poor People’s Campaign of 1968 and today’s PPC: A National Call for Moral Revival! A rare chance to hear the photographs and archival materials come to life with poetry, stories, music and firsthand insights from his experiences as a resident of Resurrection City, and from 50 years of organizing.
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Earlier Event: May 24Critical Analysis for Movement Building: Antonio Gramsci and Conjunctural Analysis (3/3)
Later Event: May 25Poor People's Walking Tour of Wall Street