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An Auction for Fight for the Future

Fight for the Future
March 2022
12:00 PM EDT
May 2022
11:45 PM EDT

An Auction for Fight for the Future

We’re marking Fight for the Future’s 10 year anniversary with a series of actions and events that not only look back at all we’ve achieved in the last decade, but that will also sustain important advocacy work to secure the next decade and beyond. We believe a future where technology is a force for good, rather than oppression, is both necessary and possible. Bid in the auction, buy merch, or become a monthly donor to support Fight!

**The Items**

1) Ride into the sunset on Nomi’s escape vehicle from Season 1, Episode 8 and support the fight for a more community-centric, equitable and open Internet. Thanks to the generous contribution of Sense8 co-creator Lilly Wachowski, Nomi’s bike can be your mode of transportation too.

2) The legend, activist, and musician Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave and Prophets of Rage, has graciously donated a signed copy of his book "Whatever It Takes." Peek into the behind-the-scenes of Morello's career, creative process and activism through this beautiful book.

3) We are issuing a limited number of commemorative flags. The unique design will make a great wall hanging for your office or living space and with grommets, you can even fly it to display your support for our mission.

All proceeds benefit our programs and advocacy for Net Neutrality, a decentralized and community-centric Internet, privacy and the fight against surveillance, Big Tech monopolies and dangerous partnerships between tech companies and the police. Learn more at

About Fight for the Future

We are a group of artists, engineers, activists, and technologists who have been behind the largest online protests in human history, channeling Internet outrage into political power to win public interest victories previously thought to be impossible. We fight for a future where technology is a force for liberation— not oppression.

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