The week of September 17th through 25th was Democracy and Civic Engagement week at UAA. It is the first year for the event, and coincides with Constitution through National Voter Registration Day. MtA volunteers used the Wheel of Misfortune and Timeline of court decisions to educate participants at a public event at the Anchorage Public Librar
Meetings held at the Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2824 E 18th Ave. downstairs at 6:30 to 8PM. every 3rd Thursday of the month. Open to the public. Call our contact for further information.
The Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence, Difficult Dialogues Initiative & Seawolf Debate Program In honor of Constitution Day invite you to a public debate, faculty forum, and discussion: “Corporations are not people.” Wednesday, September 20, 2017 7-9 pm UAA/APU CONSORTIUM LIBRARY RM 307 Free of charge and open to the public featuring
Move to Amend Anchorage marched in the 4th of July parade in Anchorage again this year. Many visitors and locals alike stopped at the booth to talk, look at the timeline and brochures, sign the petition and have their picture taken at the stand-up photo booth. Move to Amend Anchorage is proud to keep getting the word out and gets a lot of posi
The month of May saw the Northeast Community Council become the 21st council to endorse the Move to Amend Resolution! There are several more councils that need to be visited, and this will happen in the coming months.
Pebble Limited Partnership wants to build the largest mine in North America. The project would completely destroy a large portion of the spawning grounds for the salmon and would threaten even more damage if the dam were to collapse or leak.
Move to Amend Anchorage is excited to announce that it will be represented at the first Move to Amend National Summit in Washington DC this May. There will be workshops and forums, and the two representatives, Rhonda Matthews and Beverly Churchill, will be meeting with staff in Don Young's Washington DC office. They have already met with his s
Of the 38 Anchorage Community Councils, 12 have passed the Move to Amend Resolution or a resolution similar to it. Those councils which have passed a resolution include: Rabbit Creek, Rogers Park, Sand Lake, Scenic Foothills, Fairview, North Star, Spenard, Tudor Area, South Addition, Government Hill, Chugiak and University Area.
Move to Amend Anchorage, for its 3rd year, has a place in Anchorage's 4th of July Parade downtown, as well as a booth at the Park Strip celebration following the parade. We will use the same costumes and banner as years before (Uncle Sam, Lady Liberty, and 5 Supreme Court Justices).
Our regular monthly meeting of Move to Amend Anchorage will be on the third (3rd) Thursday of each month at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 6-8 p.m. St. Mary's is on the corner of Tudor and Lake Otis, and can be accessed by driving east (toward the mountains) and turning right into their parking lot before Lake Otis.