8. Contribute to a pre-existing movement or collective creating change.
Quite simply, the impact that you can have by yourself is very small. The impact that you can have by starting up a collective movement is much bigger, but slow and difficult. The impact that a pre-existing like-minded collective might already have is probably much bigger, and would grow even further thanks to your contribution. There are already many good, well-intentioned initiatives craving to create change in the world and to fight Capitalism. Consider uniting with those who have goals similar to yours, or contributing however you can.
9. Start-up some collective initiatives.
… If joining pre-existing ones was not an option for you or if you see a particular need. These could be a one-time event, such as an informative course, a cleaning-up action at the beach or a workshop for repairing items that would otherwise go wasted. Every little opportunity to involve others counts, when it comes to fighting Capitalism. Otherwise, you could try to organise some longer-term actions, such as debate forums or clothes exchange meetings. Another idea is to talk with restaurants and supermarkets in your area about how to reduce food waste – could that food be used for weekly free dinners in your neighbourhood, perhaps?
10. Actively protest for changes you would like to see.
Summing up some of the previous tips, protests, if well organised, are events in which you can unite with many like-minded people and show your collective strength to the rest of the world. Protests can leave a certain impression of being together about something, and can remind that change can and must be achieved. As long as the protest is well informed, peaceful and clear in its goals, masses of people occupying the streets and showing their dissatisfaction towards the status quo certainly have an impact on fighting Capitalism – or even just on the participants’ awareness of not being alone in their own struggles.