OXFORD, OH: Creating Democracy by Dismantling Oppression under Corporate Rule

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Holy Trinity Church Undercroft
25 E. Walnut St., (enter from Poplar Ave) Accessible entrance is the chapel entrance on Walnut St.
45056 Oxford , OH

Free & open to the public (contributions welcome)

Join Move to Amend’s Grassroots Volunteer Coordinator Keyan Bliss for an inspiring call-to-action and discussion on the nationwide movement to pass a 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to end corporate constitutional rights as a step toward creating authentic democracy...for the very first time

➔ Learn the history and current examples of the relationship between many forms of oppression, the U.S. Constitution and Supreme Court decisions empowering corporations -- and what it will take to build a diverse democracy movement that results in justice, peace, sustainability and self-determination of all people, places and the planet.

➔ Discover why challenging corporate constitutional rights is directly connected to reforming campaign finance laws, access to safe food, providing affordable health care, strengthening worker rights, transforming our criminal justice system, protecting the environment, and so much more…

➔ Learn what you can do about it!

Move to Amend is a coalition of over 460,000 people and hundreds of organizations committed to social and economic justice, ending corporate rule, and building a vibrant democracy that is genuinely accountable to the people,not corporate interests. http://MoveToAmend.org

Sponsored by:
Oxford Citizens for Peace and Justice-Take Back Democracy Program [www.ocpjohio.org] and Robert E. Strippel Memorial Continuing Dialogue on Justice and Human Rights Committee
Partner affiliates: League of Women Voters Oxford & Defending Democracy

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