They're all free to print under a creative commons license, if you have a printer at home, and either take to a protest or local demonstration or pop in your window, or you could share them on social media with credit if you don't — it's courteous to tag the artist and Fine Acts.
The group's latest project invited 12 Black artists and typographers to create a collection of 24 posters — "one for each hour of the day with systemic anti-Black racism," according to the organisation — ready to be used in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.
You can also support and amplify the work of Black artists, like a new project from Bulgarian nonprofit group Fine Acts, which brings together activists and creatives for social good campaigns.
With the fight for racial justice renewed following the police killings of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and many other Black people at the hands of officers, showing support for the Black Lives Matter movement and demanding systemic change can be done in many ways.
"Whether it be for the lives of Black transgendered people being murdered, for Black lives being murdered by police, or for Black people being constantly oppressed by systemic racism, there’s a lot of causes worth fighting for right now," added Memphis-based artist Eso Tolson.
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