Posted 11 months ago on Jan. 15, 2013, 7:46 p.m. EST by DKAtoday
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Now you can listen to Move to Amend Radio
We are very excited about what lays ahead for us in the coming year. We built up a lot of momentum last year to carry us forward, and we hope you will join us in maximizing our potential in 2013. Check out our Take Action Webinar held last week to learn more.
Or tune in to our new internet radio program!
Move to Amend Reports hosted by National Leadership Team members Laura Bonham and Egberto Willies, will air every Thursday at 8:00 PM ET, 5:00 PM PT.
The show will feature guests who specialize in movement building, amending the Constitution, grassroots organizing, and issues relating to corporate rule and participatory democracy.
Each show provides opportunity for call-in questions and comments from the listening audience by dialing 646-652-2345 (long distance changes apply).
Please add these events to your calendar:
★ January 17: Meet Move to Amend National Director Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap and learn about Move to Amend, how to get involved, and why it's not just about Citizens United. Call-in Q & A to follow.
★ January 24: Move to Amend co-founder David Cobb analyzes Martin Luther King Day events, the third anniversary of the Citizens United v. FEC ruling and the inauguration of Barack Obama through the lens of the Move to Amend amendment. Q & A to follow.
★ January 31: George Friday, Move to Amend national team member will discuss building a true multi-cultural democracy movement. Q & A to follow.
★ February 7: Ashley Sanders of Salt Lake City MTA joins us for an in-depth discussion of thinking and acting locally as part of a larger movement to counter corporate control. Q & A to follow.
In order for the show to be successful, we need MTA supporters to listen in, call in, and spread the word on Facebook and Twitter! Please forward this email to 5 friends!
P.S. Monday, January 21 marks the third anniversary of the Citizens United v. FEC ruling. While our problems didn't begin with this Supreme Court case, it certainly was a landmark ruling. Citizens all over the country are standing up to protest. Find an event near you and get involved!
MOVE TO AMEND PO Box 610, Eureka CA 95502 | (707) 269-0984 | www.MoveToAmend.org
We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling, and move to amend our Constitution to firmly establish that money is not speech, and that human beings, not corporations, are persons entitled to constitutional rights.