You Can't Stomp on Us!


1. Make your "You can't stomp on me" sign

You can make your own sign from scratch, or you can download ours.

Download Sign Template (pdf)

2. Take a picture of yourself holding the sign

If you make your own sign use a dark marker so that the sign is legible and make sure your face is visible. Here are a few examples:

3. Upload your picture

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  • Make sure the photo you upload includes the "You can't stomp on me" sign.
  • The higher-resolution your photo, the better.



Or sign the petition without uploading a photo.


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