Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly podcast. New shows released every Thursday morning!
Listen to our extended conversation with international activist Bill Fletcher, Jr. as we discuss the importance of labor organizing and the role of unions and race in building an inclusive democracy movement.
Move to Amend has teamed up with producers at Bullfrog Films, Hello Cool World and DocFactory to create the collaborative film project, Shadows of Democracy -- a film "mash-up" that includes segments from the documentaries The Corporation, Shadows of Liberty, and Move to Amend's Legalize Democracy. In partnership with the independent, national news network Free Speech TV, we will be airing Shadows of Democracy on Free Speech TV several times in the month of June!
By now, David Cobb's visits to Duluth are enough to garner the attention of mainstream politics.
"We started out with 12 people in a living room in 2010," said Cobb of his movement to limit the influence of money on elections by amending the Constitution. "Now we've got 75 affiliates with 405,000 people and growing."
Move to Amend's David Cobb discusses the Next System with Kathy Swift of Radio Occupy.
On the Acronym Podcast, Dennis Trainor Jr. speak with Keyan Bliss (Communications Coordinator for Move To Amend) about the road to revolution and where (if at all) that intersects with electoral politics.