This book traces the history of New York City housing struggles from mid-20th century to the present. An exploration of tenants taking collective action for decent and affordable housing, this book merges historical materials with charts graphic out the changes in housing ownership over 50 years as well as practical materials for renters who want to organize. Originally produced to accompany the We Won’t Move: Tenant Organizing in New York City exhibition at Interference Archive in 2015, this is much more than a typical exhibition catalog—it is full of photographs, flyers, posters, and images of ephemera produced by housing struggles from the 194os to the present.
Designed by Partner & Partners
Printed by Eberhardt Press