#RiseUpOctober: Calling all artists & designers -- use your talents to STOP police abuse

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[Community Announcement]

Calling all artists & designers -- use your talents to STOP police terror

#RiseUpOctober [email protected] via madmimi.com

Calling All Artists and Designers: Your talents are needed to turn people out in a massive march in NYC on Saturday October 24 to STOP Police Terror.

Calling All Artists and Designers:
Your talents are needed to turn people out in a massive march in NYC on Saturday October 24 to STOP Police Terror.

Send your memes, posters, and Instagram postables and we will share them with the world on riseupoctober.org and social media.

Be sure to include this basic info: 
“#RiseUpOctober 
National March in NYC October 24 to STOP POLICE TERROR”

You can also ask the question: “WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?”

If you can, also include: RiseUpOctober.org

Be clever, be creative, be shocking – but make sure that your work drives people to participate in this historic demonstration.

Then, help flood Twitter, FaceBook, Instagram and other social media with these memes so that, together, we make history on October 24.

Can you make one today? Send it right away. Or as soon as you are able.
Can't wait to see what you come up with.

RiseUpOctober National Office (646) 709-1961 [email protected]
 

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