You can show your support in the smallest of ways.
This can be done with something like a simple LiveStrong bracelet, a signal to others that you have been through the same thing too.
Or, if under oppression, I like this idea of having a little bit of fun with it.
I particularly like the idea of a society using a flâner to signal defiance.
Done corectly, a flâner before lunch can be the final rebellion in reclaiming your daily freedom.
Around the world, resistance movements have helped people overcome fear by turning on the go system with small actions that signal the support of a larger group. When Popovic trained the Egyptian activists, he shared a story from 1983 of how Chilean miners had mounted a protest against the country’s dictator, Pinochet. Instead of taking the risk of going on strike, they issued a nationwide call for citizens to demonstrate their resistance by turning their lights on and off. People weren’t afraid to do that, and soon they saw that their neighbors weren’t, either. The miners also invited people to start driving slowly. Taxi drivers slowed down; so did bus drivers. Soon, pedestrians were walking in slow motion down the streets and driving their cars and trucks at a glacial pace.
-Adam Grant, Originals