Bring Move to Amend to Your Community

Move to Amend national leaders are experienced and acclaimed speakers and facilitators
Our barnstorming speakers usually give a rousing one-hour talk 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.  These presentations can also be paired with film screenings, panels, potlucks, organizing training, or something else you have in mind. 
The goal of our speaking tours is to educate, inspire action, and identify people willing to be local organizers for Move to Amend Affiliates and Partners.
Volunteer event organizers are responsible for
  • Securing the venue (The venue can be any place that can accommodate an audience. Podium or microphone are not necessary, but a flip chart or whiteboard and pens are essential.)
  • Arranging for the setup and clean up at the event
  • Securing co-sponsorship from other community organizations
  • Local promotion and press
  • Hosting our speaker or securing host housing (preferably a private room with wi-fi access)

There is no honorarium charge for an evening talk and discussion; we pass the hat to pay for our travel and material expenses.

It is appreciated when expenses for the venue are donated by the sponsoring organization or individuals, but if you need a different arrangement, please let the national organizer know as soon as possible.

We have materials to help you pull off a successful event:

What you can expect from us:

  • Sending email blasts to promote the speaking tour and event
  • Creating facebook events
  • Creating Move to Amend website events
  • Provide organizing support
  • Contacting national ally organizations to promote the event
Our campaign is attracting broad interest and support - please help us bring the constitutional amendment campaign to your community!
If you are interested in organizing a Move to Amend event in your community, please contact us! Email barnstorming [at] with the words "speaker request" in the subject.