• Upcoming events

    Thursday, June 27, 2024 at 07:00 PM

    FLORIDA: Statewide Coalition Monthly Meeting

    Corporations are not People and money is not speech! 

    Join us in Moving Florida to Amend. The Florida state coalition meets on the fourth Thursday of the month at 7 pm EST.

    Due to COVID -19, we are currently meeting through the Zoom Platform from 7:00-8:30 pm. EST. 

     For more information contact Jennie Spanos at [email protected].



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  • What's New

    We the People Wednesdays - June 12, 2024

    Happy We The People Wednesday!

    This We The People Wednesday, the Move to Amend National Team is excited to introduce Cole Bennett - our newest Co-Director / Political Justice Director!

    After finishing a year-long National Fellowship with Move to Amend and earning a Juris Doctorate from the Georgia State University College of Law, Cole is eager to shift his efforts to using his political and legal expertise full-time to eliminate corporate constitutional rights, pass the We The People Amendment, and build the foundation of a lasting democracy movement within the burgeoning political hub of Atlanta and across the entire southeast region. 


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  • Newsletter June 2024

    As we welcome the vibrant energy of spring, we're excited to share the latest updates and opportunities with you. From significant progress in Congress to upcoming events and ways to get involved, there's a lot to look forward to. Let's dive into what's happening at Move to Amend and how you can make a difference!


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  • Affiliate Spotlight - June 2024

    June 2024 Affiliate Spotlight 

    This month, we shine a light on the dedicated efforts of our Greater Dayton and Miami County volunteers, who have been making significant strides in advocating for the We the People Amendment. From impactful city council statements to rallies and educational initiatives, their grassroots activism is truly inspiring. We also honor the memory of Gordon Miller, a tireless advocate whose legacy continues to motivate us. Read more about their incredible work and Gordon's lasting impact. 

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  • Spring Fundraising Drive last day

    Today is the final day to contribute to the Move to Amend's Spring Fundraising Drive and support our impactful summer actions. Your generous donation will empower us to participate in critical events and advocate for justice and democracy across the nation.

    We are facing a crucial moment in our fight to seize democracy from corporate interests, and we urgently need your support. Move to Amend is gearing up for a series of pivotal events, including lobbying efforts in Washington D.C., to advocate for HJR54, the We the People Amendment

    Your support is absolutely essential to our success. Please consider making a donation today to ensure that Move to Amend can make the most of these opportunities and continue to be a leading voice for democracy and justice.

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  • Exciting Conversation with Dr. Riki Ott

    You're personally invited to come connect and engage with MTA founding member and organizing powerhouse, Dr. Riki Ott (and other movement leaders) during this month's exciting Eco Net Call. 

    Dr. Ott is a marine toxicologist, activist, author and former commercial fisher ma'am.

    Ott has long opposed the legal doctrine of corporate constitutional rights and has been advocating for amending the U.S. Constitution to clarify that corporations do not possess human rights. She argues that corporations use personhood to seek extraordinary privileges. She cites, for example, Exxon's attempt to re-enter Prince William Sound—after being banned from the area by the Oil Pollution Act of 1990—by claiming a Fifth Amendment right.

    An "epiphany" about corporate personhood came to Ott during the struggle against Exxon, during which she sought to answer the question: "How did corporations get so big that they can manipulate the legal system?'

    After the oil Spill she asked herself, "Do I know enough to make a difference. And Do I care enough?" 

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  • Featured petition

    Motion to Amend ~ Sign the Petition

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    We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling and other related cases, 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.


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