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*second edit*
After re-arranging some of the names, I realized it knocked the alignment of the star out of line. That is now fixed.

*edit*
A few minor edits in the deviation... I removed Che Guevara in favor of the Résistance Française and fixed my misspelling of one of the names from "Stoakley" Carmichael to "Stokely" Carmichael. Also, I noticed some of the links don't work, so I'm fixing those as well. To accomodate the changes I've made, I had to shift around the order of the names... I switched Raul Castro and Fred Hampton, switched Résistance Française (formerly Ernesto Guevara) and Eldridge Cleaver, and H. Rap Brown and Farabundo Martí.

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Let this be my response to the inactivity note. By the way I'm ~r3s3nt

Everyone and everything on there is or is related to a fight for freedom somewhere in the world. We like call ourselves freedom fighters. Perhaps we should set the parameters as to what a "freedom fighter" is.

Starting from the top, going left to right:

Battle of Algiers
American Indian Movement
Sandinista
Huey P. Newton
Cuban Revolution
Pancho Villa
Palestinian Liberation Organization
Salvador Allende
El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
Weather Underground
Black Panther Party
Irish Republican Army or Provinsional Irish Republican Army
Martin Luther King, Junoir
Bolshevik
Menshevik
Bobby Sands
Mumia Abu-Jamal
Leonard Peltier
Benjamin Franklin
Vladimir Lenin
Stokely Carmichael
Ho Chi Minh
Fidel Castro
Angola Three
Fred Hampton
Students for A Democratic Society
MOVE 9
Bayard Rustin
Michael Collins
Chicago Seven
Yassir Arafat
Abbey Hoffman
Bobby Seale
Communard
Haymarket Riot
Amadou Diallo
Paris Commune
Raul Castro
A.C. Sandino
Abiodun Oyewole
Tom Paine
John Brown
Warsaw Uprising
Algerian War of Indepence
Muslin Mosque, Inc.
Shatila
Sabra
Jenin
Nelson Mandela
Angela Davis
Leon Trotsky
Desmond Tutu
Siddartha
Thomas Hayden
Harvey Milk
Long March
Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional
Hugo Chavez
Wat Tyler
Mahmoud Abbas
Vaclav Havel
Karl Marx
Frederick Douglass
Abdel Kadir
Gerry Adams
Gabriel Prosser
Mordechai Vanunu
William Lloyd Garrison
National Liberation Front Algeria
Nat Turner
Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional
Sinn Féin
Albert Parsons
Robin Hoods
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
Mat Tran Giai Phóng Mien Nam Viet Nam
Euskadi Ta Askatasuna
Storming of the Bastille
Toussaint L'Ouverture
Jesse Jackson
Boris Yeltsin
Mao Tse-Tong
Benjamin Spock
Philip Berrigan
Daniel Berrigan
T.E. Lawrence
Thabo Mbeki
Jesus Christ
Movimiento Popular de Libertação de Angola
José Eduardo dos Santos
Victor Jara
Moses
Susan B. Anthony
Lucretia Mott
Muhammad
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
August Spies
Robert Mugabe
Joshua Nkomo
Unidad Revolucionaria Nacional Guatemalteca
El Mozote
José Napoleón Duarte
Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional
Schafik Handal
Zhou Enlai
Marinus van der Lubbe
Sun Yatsen
Frederich Engles
Tecumseh
Frantz Fanon
Marcus Garvey
Patrick Henry
Samuel Adams
José Martí
Simón Bolívar
Jean-Paul Marat
Mikhail Bakunin
Andrés Bello
Mirabal sisters
Jean-Jacques Dessalines
Abimael Guzmán
Li Dazhao
Mohamed Ahmed Ben Bella
Chen Duxiu
Peter Kropotkin
Francisco de Miranda
Rosa Luxemburg
H. Rap Brown
Simón Rodríguez
Thomas Sankara
Résistance Française
Farabundo Martí
Tulia 46
Geranimo Pratt
George Jackson
Eldridge Cleaver
Ralph Nader

Read about 'em.

The sillhouettes from left to right:

Vladimir Lenin, Huey P. Newton, Michael Collins, Palestinian Liberation Organization member, A.C. Sandino, and a Greek guerilla.
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SylkunGraphX Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2012
Hello,

You wrote Martin Luther King "Junoir" instead of "Junior". ;)
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Mudkipy Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2010
SO theres no che guevara :( ? but why D:
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Mudkipy Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2010
nvm , i see the reason why(now that i read the comments) , the only reason i really ever liked Che is because of his military prowess during the cuban revolution , kinda like how i see Stalin was a great leader despite what he did (seriously ,the man was pretty ahead of everybody else and got his country to become a world power) too bad it turned bad when he left :<
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the-funny-kid Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Really nice! I like the idea of ones "terrorist" being anthers freedom fighter. I totally agree :) (I also believe in it being the other way around in some cases, unfortunatly...)
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jtpnv274 Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2009
cool. it has Vietnamese too :D
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ModalMechanica Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2009
Nice work, although I don't agree with a few of them. Its still nice work. Oh I don't know how much a red star represents "freedom" but whatever.
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Dizzyfool Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2008
Interesting piece
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awesomedaisy27 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2007   Artisan Crafter
Uh, tell me I didn't just see Karl Marx. Last time I checked, he invented communism.
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Pirato Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Where's Al Sharpton
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blackmondae Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2007
You left out Che guevara, he is my hero :)
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