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We donate all or our materials to individuals and organizations at no cost. To request  posters, please visit our contact page. Send  us your mailing address and tell us which posters you want to receive. If you order multiple copies, we will ask you to pay postage. 


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Buying cruelty-free products is a great way to say no to animal testing. It’s easy; just look for a Leaping Bunny or Cruelty-Free icon. Or better yet, download the Cruelty Cutter app from the Beagle Freedom Project, which allows you to scan barcodes to see if a product has been tested on animals.

70,000 dogs undergo nightmarish lab experiments yearly in the U.S. alone. 96% are Beagles. Chimps, rabbits, mice, guinea pigs, hamsters, cats, rats and fish are also used to test cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, household products, dog and cat foods and pesticides and in toxicology testing and medical research. This occurs despite the fact that proven, effective alternatives exist, including computer modeling and in vitro and cultured cell testing. Science favors these alternatives because they're more conclusive, but animals continue to be used in the U.S. because they're more "affordable." 42 countries have banned or restricted testing cosmetics on animals, including the E.U., U.K., Australia, Guatemala, India, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway and South Korea.

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BE FREE, offset poster 18x24"


Victim blaming occurs when the victim of sexual assault, domestic violence or any wrongful act is held responsible for the harm that befell them. Victim blaming is the re-traumatization of the sexual assault, abuse, or rape victim through the responses of individuals and institutions. Types of victim blaming include: disbelieving the victim's story, minimizing the severity of the attack, and inappropriate post-assault treatment by medical personnel, law enforcement or other organizations. Victim blaming is especially common in cases of drug facilitated, acquaintance, military sexual trauma and statutory rape.

VICTIM BLAMING, offset poster 18 x 24"


This poster invites viewers to look beyond the transparent layer of white ink and pay attention to the magazine covers, protest pictures and images from popular media addressing domestic violence, sexual assault and harassment. LOOK BEYOND WHITENESS also addresses the past and present mistakes of U.S. white-centered feminism by insisting that fortifying the movement demands centering the voices of those often dismissed or left out of the conversation -- women of color.


LOOK BEYOND WHITENESS, offset poster 18 x 24"

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