Climate change and environmental disaster are no stranger to this generation. It’s seems like every time you turn around, there’s another environmental disaster making the headlines. Fortunately, there are dedicated activists committed to taking a stand. From Nairobi to Washington D.C., indigenous peoples, grassroots activists, dedicated scientists, environmental lobbyists, non-profit lawyers, green economists, sustainability-minded engineers, and eco-conscious entrepreneurs are working to halt climate change and alleviate environmental atrocities.
Move to Amend's strategy to build the movement is grassroots action! Join us in these exciting efforts to mobilize your community and educate the public about corporate personhood and our campaign to amend the US Constitution.
Move to Amend is calling for a National Day of Action
Sunday, January 21st 2018!
Show up publicly to remind your community about the extreme dangers of corporate rule! Act locally and be a part of the national day of action on the 8th Anniversary of Citizen's United!
In the tradition of the mighty Populist Movement, Move to Amend's experienced and acclaimed speakers travel the country, spreading the word about the campaign to amend the Constitution and inspiring action!
Our speakers give rousing talks, telling the story of the American creation myth and the Constitution as it pertains to Corporate Personhood and illegitimate but legal corporate constitutional rights, followed by about an hour of facilitated discussion / Q and A.
Target candidates for local, state and federal office to get their position on record re: the We the People Amendment and make this an election issue.
Take the Pledge to Amend
Are you an elected officeholder who supports amending the Constitution to end corporate Constitutional rights and getting money out of politics? Take the Pledge to Amend!
This year we need to secure 60 House of Representatives Co-Sponsors of House Joint Resolution 48 (the We the People Amendment) and have the amendment introduced in the U.S. Senate with 10 co-sponsors.