Everybody’s Got A Right To Live: The Poor People’s Campaign 1968 & Now

Post: May 27, 2019

From Interference Archives

Everybody’s Got a Right to Live: The Poor People’s Campaign 1968 & Now Exhibit presented by Interference Archive, local leaders and organizers from the NYC Poor People’s Campaign, is available for viewing until June 23. The exhibition features captivating visual materials from the campaign (banners, flyers, books, buttons, photographs) and featuring posters created in solidarity with the Justseeds Collective, we will explore how we continue to move art into action. Read more about the exhibit here.

Located at Interference Archives, 314 7th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215,
(3 blocks from F/G/R trains at 4th Ave./9th St)

Days & Hours of operations:
Thursday: 1 — 9:00 pm
Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 12 — 5:00 pm
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. Wheelchair accessible. ADA Bathrooms.
Email info@interferencearchive.org to talk over any accessibility topics or to make arrangements for a visit or event.