Links to resources to give artistic expression to your action:
xkcd.com "A webcomic of Romance, Sarcasm, Math and Language." The comic drawings on this page are licensed under a, "Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License. This means you're free to copy and share these comics (but not to sell them)."
Pexels.com a large collection of high resolution photographs for free download. Also, Freestocks.org and freepngimages.com.
CultureStrike.org has a wealth of artistic resources for your activism including instructional videos on making signs, banners, stencils etc. and free downloadable materials. From their site: "In collaboration with Mobilize the Immigrant Vote (MIV), CultureStrike has created an easy guide to help you with making stencils, banners and other art projects for your future events, marches and actions. At Mobilize the Immigrant Vote and CultureStrike, we start with culture because we root our work in the values and long histories of the communities we serve.
1001FreeFonts.com unlimited download of creative fonts for personal use.
Creativeresistance.org Great resource for open-source public education music, visual art, poetry, performance art, animation, puppets, protest signs and links to similar resources.
Wikimedia Commons. Public domain images, photographs, videos.
Lunapic.com free on-line editor to add dozens of effects to your image file; resize, borders, filters, drawing tools etc.
StampStampede.org Make your money your message for the cost of an ink pad. Started by Ben of Ben & Jerry's over 65,000 people are stamping their folding money with messages such as, "Stamp Money Out of Politics" "Not to Be Used to Bribe Politicians" "Not to Be Used to Buy Elections." Each bill you stamp will be seen by approx. 875 people. Stamp 5 bills a day for a year and your message will reach over a million people.