GIFs and Memes for Stonewall Anniversary and PTSD Awareness

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Celebrating LGBTQIA+ History

June 28 marks 54 years since the 1969 Stonewall Uprising. These historic protests were an iconic and pivotal moment for LGBTQIA+ Americans. Use these images to show that pride is more than just a month, it’s a celebration of the strength of our community.

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GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

Raising PTSD Awareness

National PTSD Awareness Day is June 27, focusing on the effects of post-traumatic stress and the lives of those impacted. Trauma can manifest in many ways, and it’s vital to promote effective mental health actions. Use these images to share your story and fight against stigma.

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GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

Defend Title IX Now and Always

Title IX is an important civil rights law that protects students from discrimination based on sex or gender. Today, the many attempts to censor and control our schools are a threat to this very freedom. It’s time to fight for our rights and our futures, use these images to celebrate the anniversary and impact of Title IX.

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GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

Content and advocacy wins on Juneteenth 2023

Juneteenth commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in 1865 and calls into question how a history of violent racism affects the nation today. As the nation marked the day earlier this week, the online discourse shifted from purely educational to demanding more than just awareness.

Various pieces of Into Action content were shared across social media to highlight new and renewed conversations on racial healingmodern-day effects of white supremacy, and the path to reparations.

Campaign Zero’s Instagram post for Juneteenth

Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis’ tweet on Black liberation.

Mental Health America’s instagram post on self-care to do on Juneteenth.

Our Juneteenth content has earned over 660 million views over its lifetime. And this year, when our partners needed content, they knew exactly where to look – over 132 image downloads were sourced directly from the Into Action Library to share with their audiences.

If progressives aim to do more than just educate, we need to let our communities control their own narratives. By sharing content that focuses on the facts and highlights opportunities for change, audiences are able to engage more on the issues that matter most.

Whether you’re looking to celebrate Black history or continue the fight for reparations, visit the Into Action Library for the very best GIFs and memes to promote an equitable future.

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