- Look at & respond to the posters online
- Read the blog.
- Seek out stories of communities resisting militarism/state violence where you live, if you find out about something interesting—tell us about it at Humanize@afsc.org
- Watch the videos that are submitted to the Humanize Not Militarize youth film festival in Spring 2016.
2. Join the virtual conversation, and use the hashtag #HumanizeNotMilitarize
- Bring attention to local examples of responses and resistance to militarism on social media.
- Follow @AFSCPeace for updates on our twitter power hours.
- Share images from the exhibit on your social media, and engage with friends/community about their responses.
3. Create a video!
- Work with youth ages 13-23 to submit to the Humanize Not Militarize youth film festival.
4. Host An Exhibit or Screening
- Bring the poster exhibit to your meeting, school, community center, etc. Email us at Humanize@afsc.org if you are interested.
- Invite local activists to speak on a panel, connecting their work to Humanize Not Militarize.
- Plan a screening of HNM videos for Spring 2016— borrow a projector and find a place to do it.
- Use the HNM Training Resources with youth in your meeting.
5. Take Action!
- Print out your favorite posters, and use them as signs during demonstrations, or ask local business owners or educators to display them in their windows.
- Support AFSC campaigns on militarism.
- Organize a Study into Action group and read books that HNM suggests. We’ll provide discussion questions and suggested actions to take.