We believe in upholding the Universal Rights of ALL individuals, at all times, and in all places, for people of every color, from every race and ethnic group; whether or not they are disabled; citizens or migrants; no matter their sex, their class, their caste, their creed, their age or sexual orientation. 


Digital Satyagraha

Strong          Non-Violent          Truthful

Ghana's protest philosophy updated for the 21st century.



We are committed to deconstructing, delaying or disabling the discriminatory activities of governments and organizations by digitally exploiting legal flaws in the regulations, policies, programs and laws of those governments and organizations.

We admire the many great women and men before us who furthered the quest for human dignity and individual rights through eloquent advocacy and social resistance. Their efforts improved the lives of billions of people around the world, but their work remains unfinished.

We understand that past successes must be defended as recent hateful and demagogic actions around the world threaten to reverse rights previously gained.

Through our actions, we will promote positive social change, resist the degradation of human rights already granted, and seek to protect the individual rights of those at risk.

We will focus on extending individual rights, as articulated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to all.

We recognize that some of the most successful movements for social change utilized non-violent protests and marches to shed light on injustices and push for change. We commit to utilizing non-violent and legal means of protest.

In an age of alternative facts, we recognize the bedrock importance of the truth and the damaging impact of exaggeration. We commit that our advocacy and actions will be conservatively grounded in facts, not hyperbole or rumor.