+ We affirm that demystifying and democratizing health care skills and reducing our dependence on profit-driven medicine and police-involved emergency response is vital to building long lasting movements for Liberation in our lifetime.
+ We acknowledge that the idea of “safety” is relative and complicated
+ We believe in building interdependent ways of being with one another that do not replicate the oppression that isolates us in the first place. We see our work as acknowledging and resisting intersecting systems of oppression — both in the world and in our relations with one another.
+ We believe in the principles of harm reduction and practice and support diverse forms of healing that are consistent with each individuals understanding of their own needs and values.
+ We believe our liberation is tied to that of others and we take on this work in solidarity with collective resistance.
+ In all these above points we stand in solidarity with the evolving international traditions of street medics.