Whose Streets? Our Streets!

Inspired by a protestor I saw on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, I created this illustration of the June 2020 protests. Masked Seattleites flood the streets to demand accountability from police departments across the country, to funnel city budgets into more productive areas rather than law enforcement, and to fight racism and discrimination that Black Americans have suffered for far too long. Black lives matter.

I am releasing this image for free, as long as it is for personal use and is not used on products. Definitely do not sell it in any form.

Do print it out and bring it to protests, or hang it up in your home/office.
Most ideally, print out the postcards to mail a message to your representatives supporting the cause! They are formatted to print three to a standard letter size paper. You can get them made at your local print shop, or at a Kinko’s – just request it to be printed on heavy cardstock. Find your representatives’ contact information via openstates.org

High-res image: JPG | PDF – 8.5” x 11”
Postcards: JPEG | PDF – 3 cards on 8.5” x 11” size paper (three cards)

It is definitely not necessary, but if you feel like compensating me monetarily, direct whatever amount of $ you feel is fair to a mutual aid fund instead. Here is a giant list of them.
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