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Send Us Your Everyday Rebellion Symbols

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What does Everyday Rebellion mean to you? What comes to your mind, how does it look? Send us your art, symbols, visuals or logos. We will show our favourites as temporary logo on this website. We might even choose some for t-shirts, for stencils or for the final movie. But don’t worry, in this case we will contact you to find an agreement with you. You keep all rights on your creation.

Just send them via email or user our upload.

And now we are curious for your contributions!

2 Responses to Send Us Your Everyday Rebellion Symbols

  1. Ellen Siener says:

    When I think about, what parts of living are wrong I always think: Why are we so seperated? Why do I not know the people who are living in the same town as me? Why do we never sit together and talk?
    You can’t say that this way of revolution (and that’s why people call it rEVOLution) wouldn’t get us together. We start talking which each other. Dancing with each other. Singing with each other.
    I’m from germany and I got to notice a few things from Occupy Frankfurt … The people who joint were very nice, always explaining their things to you, hugging each other, fighting together … but the people outside? I have never gone outside and see more than half of the people that walk in front of me smiling. They are not happy. They are lonely. They are not themselves so they can find friends but these friends are no true friends cause they do the same. But this Rebellion just crushes this shit. It brakes the wall between people and you meet people who just love you , for what you are and not for what you should be. That’s very important to me. We are one. One humanity. We share pain but we also share love.

  2. Rick Turner says:

    I help coordinate a film group in Seattle, The Meaningful Movies Project, helping community groups organize using social justice documentary film and facilitated discussion. How does one get access to the film to screen publically?
    Thanks for the great work!
    Rick

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