Climate change and environmental disaster are no stranger to this generation. It’s seems like every time you turn around, there’s another environmental disaster making the headlines. Fortunately, there are dedicated activists committed to taking a stand. From Nairobi to Washington D.C., indigenous peoples, grassroots activists, dedicated scientists, environmental lobbyists, non-profit lawyers, green economists, sustainability-minded engineers, and eco-conscious entrepreneurs are working to halt climate change and alleviate environmental atrocities.
Move to Amend is calling for a National Day of Action
Sunday, January 21st 2018!
Show up publicly to remind your community about the extreme dangers of corporate rule! Act locally and be a part of the national day of action on the 8th Anniversary of Citizen's United!
Our Move to Amend Leaders will be in DC meeting with our congressmen and asking them to take action to support our version of the 28th Amendment. Please give them a call. If you already make call on other issues, add this to them as our amendment will help disolve barriers to making progress on our top issue.
Ask your representative to sponsor or support HJR 48. Ask your Senators to introduce a companion bill to HJR 48.
Portman (202) 224-3353
Brown (202) 224-2315
This year we need to secure 35 House of Representatives Co-Sponsors of House Joint Resolution 48 (the We the People Amendment) and have the amendment introduced in the U.S. Senate with 5 co-sponsors.
Campaign Introduction Video
Each year, educational institutions which receive federal funding must provide programming on the US Constitution around September 17th, Constitution Day. This provides Move to Amend an opportunity to get into schools and make connections with educators, administrators, and students. We encourage Move to Amend supporters and affiliates to reach out to their contacts in schools as well as make new contacts with local schools and offer to provide materials or present material to students yourself!