Project Stand Together is an organization founded by Ari Hasanaj, who uses activism and powerful, creative messaging to fight back against COVID vaccine mandates and vaccine passports.
On the ProjectStandTogether.com website, signs like those shown in the images below can be purchased for businesses and residences to let customers and neighbors know they don’t discriminate against individuals over their COVID vaccination status.
On their website, Project StandTogether slams vaccine mandates, calling them: “counterproductive, biased, and frustrating for citizens who don’t feel comfortable getting the vaccine for one reason or another.”
We believe that discrimination against non-vaccinated individuals is unconstitutional, along with the vaccine mandates,” -Ari Hasanaj
POWERFUL!! 👏👏👏#ProjectStandTogether founder @arihasanaj shuts down NYC Panera Bread with “MLK style sit-in” to fight back against #CovidVaccine card Mandate. #FightTyranny🇺🇸👇👇 pic.twitter.com/OkAeXEETea
— @SassyConservativeGirl45 (@SassyConservat1) December 4, 2021
The ProjectStandTogether group entered another unnamed restaurant in NYC and demanded to be served without showing their vax papers. The owner of the establishement approached them and explained that he doesn’t have a choice. Hasanaj shot back, telling him that he DOES have a choice, explaining that owners who discriminated against blacks during the Jim Crow era said the same thing. Hasanaj reminded the business owner that the proof of vaccine mandate is not a law and they don’t have to comply with a “mandate.” The police were called on the group who this time, refused to leave. They were arrested by the NYPD and removed from the restaurant.
This is what happens when you walk into a restaurant and demand to be served without showing them proof of vax in NYC. We can end this really quick if we stop complying. Click link in my bio to join the movement and DM me for the next sit in protest in NYC #ProjectStandTogether pic.twitter.com/A2uQv4Au32
— Arijan Hasanaj (@arihasanaj) November 18, 2021
If you’d like to join this awesome group of brave Americans standing up for our right to not be discriminated against, go to their website to volunteer, purchase a sign or donate: projectstandtogether.com