"INDECLINE was founded on the idea that no matter how bad things get, there are concrete actions that can be taken as a form of resistance. They might not always be legal or polite, but that doesn't mean they can't be art. We are proud to present to you our proof of concept: a documentary highlighting both the words and works of those that fight the fight, who risk their safety and freedom for the sake of making those very ideas mean more. What we lack in resources, we will make up for in creativity. We are from the streets, and we won't give them up quietly to the corporate warlords of information-era tyranny. The art of protest is the process of finding humor in the Armageddon, but then hiding the tools of change in between the laughter.
Be safe. Be bold.
We are with you.
Making a movie is expensive, they ask that people support them by purchasing something off their website. Start with these "Make Shit Happen gloves," perhaps?
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