Sunday, February 4 | 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
First Unitarian Universalist Church
2903 Jefferson Ave, New Orleans, LA 70115
The influence of money in elections and corporations are decimating education, health care, elections, the economy, the justice system, the environment and the right of We the People to decide. And it will worsen until we build an authentic, diverse, democracy movement that works to end corporate constitutional rights and the doctrine that money is equal to free speech. but which also includes changing laws and rules that have historically oppressed people and communities.
Join Move to Amend National Director Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap to learn more about the history of corporate power and the movement, facilitated by Move to Amend (movetoamend.org), to affirm that only human beings -- not corporate entities or money – possess constitutional rights and the movement to create real democracy.
Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap is National Director of Move to Amend, President of the Board of Directors of Democracy Unlimited, and a Local Democracy Fellow for the Liberty Tree Foundation. She has served as a member of the national Leadership Team of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom’s campaign to Challenge Corporate Power, Assert the People’s Rights, the STORY (Strategy Training and Organizing Resources for Youth) Board of the Center for Story-Based Strategy and as a Principal with Program on Corporations Law & Democracy.
Free and open to the public. Move to Amend finances these tours through the generous donations of event attendees. Join us!
Hosted by Green Party of New Orleans and Move to Amend
More information: Bart Everson, b [at] rox.com
- Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission
- Constitutional Amendment
- Constitutional Renewal
- Corporate Culture
- Corporate Personhood/Corporate Constitutional Rights
- Corporate Rule
- Democracy Movement
- Electoral Politics
- Local Organizing
- Money as Free Speech
- Move to Amend Resolution
- Racism and Racial Justice
- Supreme Court
- Understanding the Corporation