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This Saturday, April 22nd is going to be a big day. Not only is it Earth Day 2017, but it’s also the day of the March for Science in Washington, DC and all over the world. And whether or not you’ll be out there marching, you can show your support by making an edit with a message. If you’re participating in the march, print out your creation and carry it as a protest sign. If you’re not able to march, set it as your profile picture for the day, or submit it to the Virtual March. It’s an easy and fun way to show your support and send a message, and honestly, has there ever been a time where that’s more important? Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android or Windows. Tap on the pink plus sign > Edit > Background and select a background color. If…

Are you seeing a lot of pink on your feeds today? Well, it’s not just because it’s Wednesday, and on Wednesdays we wear pink. It’s actually because March 29 is Pink Out Day, a movement organized by Planned Parenthood to show the world just how many people support them. People everywhere are making their profile pictures pink today to show that they are part of the 75% of Americans who support Planned Parenthood. If you’d like to join the movement and #PinkOut your profile pic, here’s a super easy photo editing tutorial to show you how to do it with PicsArt photo editor and collage maker. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android or Windows. Tap on the pink plus sign > Draw > Create New > Draw on Photo. Select your photo. Tap on the layers icon in the bottom right corner to open the layers…

Today is Shine a Light on Slavery Day, an initiative launched five years ago by the End It Movement to raise awareness around the issues of human trafficking and modern-day slavery. The movement has been attracting more and more attention thanks to Ashton Kutcher’s recent testimony before congress on the crucial need to stand up and do something about these very real issues. People around the world are showing their support by changing their profile pictures on social media to a red X or a photo of themselves with a red X drawn on their hand. Today we’re sharing a photo editing tutorial to show our own support for Shine a Light on Slavery Day. Here’s how to create your own red X overlay using the photo editor and PicsArt’s stickers. Download PicsArt photo editor for iOS, Android or Windows. Open your picture in the photo editor. Tap on Effects, select…

It’s no secret that over the past year, political art has played an increasingly important role on both social media and IRL. People around the world are taking to the internet and to the streets with sassy and savage viral funny memes and protest signs and getting more involved and creative about what activism looks like. In this spirit, we’re excited to debut our new GRL PWR sticker pack — full of equally cute and fierce sayings, text overlays and symbols that will give you all the proud feminist feels. It’s also convenient that International Women’s Day happens to be coming up on March 8, the same day as the first “Day Without a Woman” strike is planned for. If you’re not planning to take to the streets, you can still show your support stylishly by adapting the photo editing tutorial below to make a temporary profile pic. Or if…