Sept 12-18: New Mexico Barnstorming Tour with Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap

August 26, 2013

Move to Amend is barnstorming through New Mexico and we're coming to a town near you! Catch a talk in your area, and learn how you can get involved in the campaign to end corporate personhood and demand real democracy!

Join Kaitlin Sopoci-Belkanp, Move to Amend’s National Director, as she tells the history of the American Constitution as it pertains to Corporate Personhood and illegitimate but legal corporate constitutional rights, followed by facilitated discussion/Q and A. "Organizing to End Corporate Rule & Get Money Out of Politics" aims to help local folks understand how they can work to abolish corporate personhood and establish a government of, by, and for the people.

Move to Amend is a national coalition of over 300,000 people and organizations whose goal is to amend the US Constitution to end corporate rule and get money out of politics.

All events are free & open to the general public. We appreciate your donations to help us finance these tours, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Note: All times are Mountain Standard Time:

  • Thursday, September 12 – ALBUQUERQUE, 6:30PM at First Unitarian Church
  • Friday, September 13 – LAS CRUCES, 6:30PM at Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces
  • Monday, September 16 – TAOS, 6:00PM at Kit Carson Electric Cooperative
  • Wednesday, September 18 – SANTA FE, 6:00PM at Warehouse 21

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Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap is Executive Director of Democracy Unlimited and the National Director of Move to Amend. She grew up in Santa Fe, NM and came to Humboldt County in 2001 by way of Western Massachusetts where she was studying education and community at Hampshire College.

She 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 and the STORY (Strategy Training and Organizing Resources for Youth) Board of the SmartMeme Project. She is also a Principal with Program on Corporations Law and Democracy and Local Democracy Fellow for the Liberty Tree Foundation.

In November 2004 Kaitlin was elected to serve on the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District Board. She is the youngest member to serve in this position, as well as the the first woman to take this office. She was re-elected in 2008 and now serves as Board President.

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