The exhibit no. NOT EVER. opened at Interference Archive (IA) in January 2018. It featured a traveling installation from the Seattle-based collection If You Don’t They Will, which used stories from 1980s and 1990s rural working-class activism to inspire organizing against white nationalism in the current moment. This installation was contextualized with print culture from the IA collection. Creating this collaborative exhibition presented several challenges and opportunities, among them how to create a cohesive show with hybrid elements, how to create digital and physical safety for visitors and volunteers in a new storefront space, and how to foreground training and organizing through workshops.

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