Every two years Move to Amend hosts a National Summit that brings grassroots organizers from all over the country to converge on Washington, DC for practical trainings and skill building, networking, and strategic planning to grow our movement to pass the WE THE PEOPLE AMENDMENT to end corporate personhood and get big money out of politics!
In the Republican wave election of 2010, when Charles and David Koch emerged as defining figures in American politics, the greatest beneficiary of Koch Industries largesse was a political newcomer named Mike Pompeo.
Today, the world wide web turns 29. This year marks a milestone in the web’s history: for the first time, we will cross the tipping point when more than half of the world’s population will be online.
When I share this exciting news with people, I tend to get one of two concerned reactions:
The Move to Amend Arts and Culture Caucus invites you to submit a design for our Democracy Poster Series project! We'll be collecting submissions of democracy/movement/social and environmental justice related images. Selected submissions will be displayed with artist information and promotion.