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Domestic + Global

This print is a part of the Dissenters’ portfolio and booklet, 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.


Black and red icons fill the page. The black icons include missiles, tanks, factory pollution, handcuffs, drones, police helmet, barbed wire, military plane. The red icons include a forest, hands clasped in solidarity, a bird, a crowd of protestors with signs, a Zapatista, and a farmer. Large bold text states: “Domestic and Global”, while smaller type states: “Militarism is the use of violence and coercion to control people and resources. Militarized U.S. forces and institutions include police, prisons, ICE, and the military. We demand an end to both domestic and global warfare waged by the U.S. – from police killings in our neighborhoods, to drone strikes abroad.”

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