Move to Amend Action Campaigns

Move to Amend's strategy to build the movement is grassroots action! Join us in these exciting efforts to mobilize your community and educate the public about corporate personhood and our campaign to amend the US Constitution.

House Parties for Democracy

Help spread the word about Move to Amend and raise funds to support the campaign!

Use our mini documentary about Move to Amend, called "Legalize Democracy".
This film is a 30 minute explanation of why we need an amendment to the Constitution to make clear that corporations are not people and money is not speech. It is fast-paced, educational, and inspirational! It is the perfect "entertainment" for your party, and will give your friends a great introduction for why you support Move to Amend, and why they should too!

Corporate Made Climate Disaster

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.

500,000 Signatures

Help us collect support from half a million Americans by December 31, 2017!

Collecting petitions is an effective outreach mechanism. It helps spread the word and educates more and more people about our campaign.

Barnstorming Tours in 2017

In the tradition of the mighty Populist Movement, Move to Amend's experienced and acclaimed speakers travel the country, spreading the word about the campaign to amend the Constitution and inspiring action!

Our speakers give rousing talks, telling the story of the American creation myth and the Constitution as it pertains to Corporate Personhood and illegitimate but legal corporate constitutional rights, followed by about an hour of facilitated discussion / Q and A.