GIFs and Memes for Black Lives Matter and Voting Rights

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SCOTUS Decision on Moore v. Harper

The Supreme Court has decided to hear the case of Moore v. Harper, threatening the role of voters in federal elections. Between this case and the continued assault on democracy since January 6, our ability to make our voices heard is under unprecedented attack. We can’t back down. Use these images to defend our voting rights, our democracy, and our future.

Into Action Lab “Meme the Vote” Webinar

Memes are a powerful tool for conversation and defining position. 

The Into Action Lab is ready to help your team seamlessly incorporate political and cultural memes into your digital and field strategies. Our meme operation helps the movement win the argument by utilizing culture. 

Learn to “Meme the Vote” at our info session on Tuesday, July 26th at 2pm EST/11am PST.

Register here.

Eid al-Adha Mubarak

Eid al-Adha begins on the evening of July 9, honoring the culmination of the hajj to Mecca. Celebrating Eid is all about sharing what we have and caring for those in need. Show your appreciation for Muslim culture and traditions with 

Nine Years of #BlackLivesMatter

In 2013, three Black organizers coined the phrase #BlackLivesMatter to voice their outrage after the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s murderer. This sentiment has since transformed into a powerful movement against racial injustice. Use these images to remind everyone that it’s more than a slogan: every Black life matters.


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