Acknowledge people of color, queer people, poor people, victims of gentrification, and people in occupied lands as the most negatively affected by the corporate art and editorial world.
Highlight and support a long legacy of independent corporate-free journalism and art.
Educate artists on how taking free work keeps the art world insular and inaccessible to those who cannot afford to work for free.
Empower ourselves collectively by rejecting the individualistic and capitalistic mindset prominent in the U.S.
Encourage artists to think more critically about the work they produce and the structures they support.
Realize and unlearn biases within the art world, which we all subconsciously adhere to in judging the value of art and artists.
Independence from corporations and the art world elite.
Representation without compensation is exploitation.
Provide educational and professional resources for artists to support themselves.
Make art accessible, transformative and non hierarchical.
Create a universal understanding and expectation of artists rights.