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Justseeds Collaboration

This booklet is a part of the Dissenters’ portfolio, DE-MIL-I-TA-RISE.

Dissenters is a movement organization leading a new generation of young people to reclaim resources from the war industry, reinvest in life-giving institutions, and repair collaborative relationships with the earth and people around the world. They are building local teams of young people across the country to force institutions to divest from war and militarism, and reinvest in what our communities actually need. From campuses to congress, they are building grassroots power to cut off war elites once and for all.

In an effort to lift up this important work, Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative organized the DE-MIL-I-TA-RISE portfolio and booklet for use in Dissenters organizing campaigns, popular education projects, and cultural programming.

72 color pages with softcover, french flaps and saddle stitch binding
300 print copies


Dissenters & Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative | 2020/2021


Aaron Hughes, Timmy Châu, Liz Born, Nadine Darwish, Alex Y. Ding,
Asha Ransby-Sporn, and Roger Ourthiague Jr.


Iván Arenas, Liz Born, Molly Costello, Alec Dunn, Asha A. Edwards, William Estrada,
Sarah Farahat, Eric J. Garcia, Ryan Griffis, Amber Hoy, Aaron Hughes, Sanya Hyland,
Paul Kjelland, Nicole Marroquin, Fernando Martí, Andrea Narno, Roger Ourthiague Jr.,
rishi, Roger Peet, Citlali Perez, Grae Rosa, Monica Trinidad, Mary Tremonte, Claudia Qi,
and Melody Yang


Munira Alimire, Fatimah Asghar, Kevin Basl, TeQuila Chatmon, Tongo Eisen-Martin,
Stephen Funk, Cean Gamalinda, Destiny Harris, Daniel J. King, Sejahari Saulter-Villegas,
Carlos Sirah, Devon Terrell, Vanny V, and Jamila Woods


Dissenters, Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, Hoofprint Press,
For the People Artists Collective, About Face: Veterans Against the War,
Prison+Neighborhood Arts/Education Project, Chicago ACT Collective,
and emerging Veteran Art Movement

Booklet Design

Aaron Hughes


Kevin Basl

Prints and poems printed with permission of the artists. “When the Orders Came” by Fatimah Asghar previously published in IF THEY COME FOR US, One World/ Random House.

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