For all of you that are interested and live in San Francisco / Bay Area - -
The next SF Move to Amend local organizing meeting will be held on Tuesday night April 29th, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Pachamama Alliance office in the Presidio, San Francisco.
Move to Amend is the the national campaign to Abolish Corporate Personhood and Defend Democracy. We are mobilizing a movement to amend the US Constitution to establish that corporations are not people and that financial contributions to political campaigns are not free speech.
We are seeking bright, energetic folks to join our team as interns. Interns can either work out of the office of Democracy Unlimited in Eureka, CA - one of our Move to Amend founding organizations, or telecommute from anywhere in the United States.
On April 17th we, Kristofer Young, DC and Bill Haff, both of Ojai Move To Amend, met with Brad Hudson, Field Representative for Congresswoman Julia Brownley, US representative for the 26th District of California. We were joined by two additional constituents, Robyn Jones and John Smith of Ventura.
David Cobb, a national spokesperson for “Move to Amend,” will be speaking tonight at 7 p.m. in an event hosted by Sonoma State University’s Sociology Club, the Media Freedom Foundation and Project Censored. It will take place in the Student Union, Ballroom D, and the doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Students admission is free, but donations of $5 to $10 will be accepted.
Board of Supervisors call for Amendment to U.S. Constitution
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution calling for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution at its August 27 meeting in Ukiah.
Their Resolution called for an amendment that said only human beings are endowed with Constitutional rights and that donations to political campaigns are not Free Speech and can be regulated.
This is a letter to the editor from Joy Gertler that was published in the Ukiah Daily Journal on Wednesday, August 28th.