Women of color have the ability to create political and historical commentary through art and written work; their interpretation of culture, femininity and the many other intersections they exist in provides a glimpse into how these factors affect them as they navigate society. It's important that we're free to tell our stories without the threat of censorship. This is the reason Protest Magazine lives as a community sustained, independent company, this gives us the freedom to publish whatever we feel is necessary. This also means that a majority of our funding will come from the members of the community and those who support our agenda. In today's world, energy is converted to currency and money acts as fuel. We will be able to pay artists what they deserve with the donations we receive, more money raised means better compensation for contributors. Money goes to the artists as well as any expenses accrued during production so we can operate seamlessly as a company.

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