These are just a few of the many inquiries received from individuals who’ve reached out and expressed an interest in getting more involved with Oregon CopBlock. Perhaps you are now wondering the same.
This page exists to provide an answer, indirect as it may initially seem. You see, CopBlock doesn't have a membership process per se – it’s more of an idea than an institution.
If you agree that badges don’t grant extra rights, and you abstain from actions that initiate force, you’re welcome to consider yourself as part of CopBlock. Get involved in whatever capacity most interests you. Use or modify any content, flyers or graphics found on the site – you don’t need to ask permission.
One of the quickest and easiest ways you can help is to spread content that you think sound, whether it be your own podcast, blog post, video channel, facebook page, tweet, pin, or something else. As the ideas spread from you to others in your network, some will check the content out ... and some of them may choose to share it as well.
In the aggregate, we can have a significant, paradigm-shifting impact, one mind at a time.
We are supported by a diverse group of individuals in the Oregon area, united by their shared goal of holding police accountable. Some will donate funds, some will contribute their talents.
Oregon CopBlock is a decentralized project. By that, we mean we encourage you to film the police. We want you to link to us on social media ... and connect this project to your network of influencers.
We have some experience in filming police. We'll help you document the public performance of public servants as effectively and safely as possible.
Contact us for more information. =>