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Photographing the policeThis page will serve as the portal for the Media section, collecting information to assist media and documentation workers who are involved in covering people's movements and helping to disseminate stories.

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Conducting Media campaigns

Guerilla media methods incl. chalk drawing, spray painting, Stencils, posters, street art, stickers, billboard liberation

Public speaking, making media appearances

Press releases

Online resources & social media strategies

Filming riot police

Documentary work, citizen media

Intersection between media & Legal work

Combining media, documentation and legal knowledge for movement defense & to reduce impunity

Injury Documentation

Methods of gathering media intelligence & proactive legal defense work

Continuity and integrity of records

Methods for crowdsourcing case material & CopWatch strategies

Live streaming

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