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In the middle of a piece of paper, the words “All Lives Matter” appear in black type. Using proofreading marks, the phrase has been edited and added to in red so that, edited, it reads: “When all Black, trans, queer, disabled, femme, noncitizen, fat, poor, incarcerated, HIV-positive lives matter, then, and only then, will all lives truly matter. Until that day we must proclaim: in spite of all the ways certain lives are considered less valuable and less worthy of life, liberty, and happiness, #BlackLivesMatter.”
At the bottom of the graphic, the paper emerges from a typewriter. Above the typewriter ribbon is the black text www. copyeditor.com with the red word “radical” inserted so that, edited, it reads www. radicalcopyeditor.com.
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