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Move to Amend Reports on CA Prop 59, The Citizens United Act!

September 1, 2016

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly podcast. New shows released every Thursday morning!

The 2016 ballot is shaping up for a pivotal election year, and Move to Amend will be a part of the action in two states this November. With less than 10 weeks before voters head to the polls, Move to Amend partners and affiliates in California are mobilizing to get out the vote for the largest population of any US state for Proposition 59, the Overturn Citizens United Act. Tune in this week to hear to learn how you can get involved in this exciting campaign from Move to Amend affiliate organizer Anne Wilson of Santa Clara County and Yes On Prop. 59 Committee Chair Michele Sutter of the Money Out Voters In Coalition!

 

Move to Amend Reports on the History of Shay's Rebellion

August 25, 2016

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly podcast. New Episodes released every Thursday at 7am Pacific/10am Eastern.

Who the hell is Daniel Shays and what exactly was Shays' Rebellion? Historian Ray Raphael has spent his lifetime debunking American founding myths. In so doing he’s unearthed the stories of American revolutionaries like Shays and the Massachusetts farmers of 1786, who changed the course of US democracy. Listen and learn from this fascinating account of one of the US's first uprisings in this edition of Move to Amend Reports!

Do Denver’s homeless people deserve the same rights as Monsanto? 6 questions with attorney Jason Flores-Williams

August 25, 2016

The Colorado Independent spoke with Flores-Williams about his decision to sue Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration, why corporations like Nestle and Monsanto sometimes have more rights than people experiencing homelessness, and how his own experiences influence his legal work.

Move to Amend Reports on Artful Activism and the Global Corpocracy Art Project

August 18, 2016

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly podcast. New shows released every Thursday morning!

This week, we explore the role of Artists and Cultural workers in creating social change and revolution with Christian Sarkar and Ruthi Engelke as we discuss the collaborative art + activism project Global Corpocracy and Move to Amend’s Art & Culture Caucus

Move to Amend Reports on Progress and Actions From the National Conventions

August 11, 2016

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly podcast. New shows released every Thursday morning!

Join us for a special report on Move to Amend’s activities during the Conventions with Move to Amend Ohio coordinator Greg ColeridgeImam Paul Hasan of the American Friends Services Committee, Move to Amend Outreach & Engagement director David Cobb, Move to Amend National Leadership members Daniel Lee and Egberto Willies (Move to Amend Reports co-host), who served as a Houston delegate to the DNC.

Move to Amend Reports on Cooperation Jackson’s Struggle for Economic Democracy in Mississippi

August 4, 2016

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly podcast. New shows released every Thursday morning!

Mississippi gets some deservedly bad press. The plethora of far-right Koch-sponsored bills that swept through its legislature is the stuff of nightmares. But some good folks in Jackson are having none of it.

Cooperation Jackson is an emerging network of worker cooperatives and supporting institutions fighting to create sustainable community development and economic democracy.  Join us for an enlightening conversation with the founder and organizing coordinator of Cooperation Jackson, Brandon King.

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