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- Please proofread, edit, and fact check your piece. You can do this by linking to supporting facts or citing sources.
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- Examples of contributions are editorials, first-hand accounts, analyses, critiques, report backs, interviews, documentaries, original research, essays, etc.
- Please limit linking to or re-posting from corporate media; if a comrade / movement source is unavailable please provide some analysis.
- Photos, Tweets, and videos are strongly encouraged! Remember to wipe your meta (EXIF) data.
- Please spell and grammar check articles and be intentional with HTML formatting.
- Please do not share anything that directly or indirectly incriminates individuals. If you are unsure on security culture basics, read here or listen here.
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- Was this a direct action or just a symbolic one?
- Does the piece give a larger context or history of revolt?
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