GIFs and Memes for Trump Indictment and Summer Heat

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Trump Indicted for 2020 Election Conspiracy

Donald Trump’s third indictment charges him for the crimes we all saw: a conspiracy to ignore the will of voters and subvert American democracy. This is about more than just his lies, it’s about his ongoing, blatant attacks on our democracy – and he must be held accountable. Use these images to show that the will of the people will not be silenced.

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GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

A future without nuclear weapons with #CranesForOurFuture

he atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 killed hundreds of thousands of innocent people who became the first and only victims of nuclear weapons used in war so far. Today, nearly 80 years after this atrocity, the threat of nuclear attacks has only grown stronger.

This year, our partners at the Nuclear Threat Initiative are honoring the victims of these attacks with #CranesForOurFuture on August 4-9. This campaign encourages people to fold and share paper cranes on social media with a message about what a future without nuclear weapons means to them.

Crafting a brighter future starts with all of us. Join the Nuclear Threat Initiative and people around the world in demanding a more peaceful, hopeful future.

Learn more about #CranesForOurFuture

Hottest Summer on Record … So Far

June and July have been the hottest months in recorded history, breaking countless record temperatures around the world. And it will only get worse if we don’t act, and act quickly. Use these images to demand real progress on clean energy and corporate responsibility and fight for our future.

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GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

Protect the Freedom to Read

National Book Lover’s Day is August 9, and this year it’s more important than ever to celebrate the power of reading. Book bans, censorship, and forced culture wars will not hold us back from defending the freedom to read. Use these images to share why knowledge is power.

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GIF for TW | MP4 for IG

Winning the Moment with Barbie and Oppenheimer GIFs and Memes

The two most anticipated films of the season, Barbie and Oppenheimer, premiered July 21, drawing fans to theaters and onto social media. With all the buzz online, now is the perfect time to zero in on the juxtaposition between a fantasy world and a not-too-distant dystopian future

In anticipation of the premiere, the Into Action Lab developed various pieces of content that combat nuclear misinformation and remind everyone of the looming threat to our future. By targeting all demographics of fans – from the most tame to the most edgy – our GIFs and memes tackle key narratives to drive the hype in the right direction.

Oppenheimer quote posted in r/DankMemes

A Twitter user’s post on our nuclear future

This Meme is Your Meme Facebook post on Oppenheimer’s dread

In the weeks leading up to and following the premiere, Into Action content earned a combined 25.4 million views and 263.3 thousand reactions on Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

By using such dominant pieces of popular culture in content promoting progressive values, this content subverts expectations and starts engaging conversations in otherwise apolitical spaces.

Make the most of the Barbie and Oppenheimer hype by sourcing the best GIFs and memes to meet the moment. With fresh content from the Into Action Library uploaded every day, you’re sure to find the best topical content to win the conversation.

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