Announcements

February 2017 Move to Amend Live Report

February 22, 2017

Welcome to our monthly livestream, the Move to Amend Live Report! This is the space where we bring you a live look into what’s going down inside the movement to amend the Constitution and legalize democracy. Check out the video recording below to learn the highlights from February and what's coming up in March. 

Remember to join us on Facebook LIVE each month on the 4th Wednesday at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern on the Move to Amend Facebook Page to get the latest news, ask questions, and get involved!

Don't use Facebook? You can also tune in the day after to view the recording right here on our website, or via our YouTube channel.

Emergent Fascism In The U.S. - Historical And Current Implications For Social Justice Organizing

February 20, 2017

Join leaders from Move to Amend for a conference call to explore the parallels and differences between the fascist program of the Trump administration and the 1930s and 1940s when fascist rose to power in Europe, as well as American fascism that has been strongest in the U.S. South, since the Civil War. We seek to better understand what lessons we can learn from history, and what strategic adjustments are needed in our fight for democracy and justice to address the current situation.

We the People Amendment Introduced in 115th Congress

February 2, 2017

This week Rep. Rick Nolan (MN) reintroduced the We the People Amendment in Congress

Nolan is joined by 20 brave bipartisan colleagues. We're right on track with this 2017 strategic plan goal: Reintroduce the We the People Amendment and acquire 35 co-sponsors.

Contact your member of Congress and ask them to co-sponsor H.J.R. 48, the We the People Amendment!

It May Only Take 3.5% of the Population to Topple a Dictator – with Civil Resistance

February 1, 2017

Nonviolent resistance has empowered the labor movement, closed down or cancelled dozens of nuclear plants, protected farm workers from abuse in California, motivated the recognition of Aids patients as worthy of access to life-saving treatment, protected free speech, put climate reform on the agenda, given reprieve to Dreamers, raised awareness about economic inequality, changed the conversation about systemic racism and black lives and stalled construction of an oil pipeline on indigenous lands in Standing Rock.

In fact, it is hard to identify a progressive cause in the United States that has advanced without a civil resistance movement behind it.

Move to Amend is Hiring!

February 1, 2017

Reporting to and in partnership with the National Director, the Development Director will create and manage the annual budget and fundraising plan, build financial support and maintain and develop strong relationships with our current and prospective members and funders.

Move to Amend currently has stable funding sources, including an active supporter list of over 125,000 and over 10,000 donors.

January 2017 Move to Amend Live Report

January 25, 2017

Today we launched our monthly Move to Amend Live Report, brought to you through Facebook Live. Check out the video recording below to learn about what's going on in the movement to amend. 

Remember to join us live each month on the 4th Wednesday at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern on the Move to Amend Facebook Page to get the latest news, ask questions, and get involved!

Don't use Facebook? You can also tune in the day after to view the recording right here on our website, or via our YouTube channel.

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