We're excited to share some incredible news with you: Move to Amend's national co-directors are currently in Washington, D.C., and we need your support now more than ever to pass the We the People Amendment, (H.J.R. 54).
Our first event, held in front of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, was a resounding success!Read more
A massive “March to End Fossil Fuels” is this Sunday in New York City. More than 700 organizations, including Move to Amend, have endorsed the event, prior to the United Nations Climate Ambition Summit. Mobilizations will occur around the world, part of a growing global escalation to end fossil fuels.Read more
1. H.J.R. 54 Keeps Gaining Cosponsors!
3. Affiliate Spotlight!
4. Community Calendar
5. Support the movement!Read more
Lawrence Abbott is one of Move to Amend’s most active, tireless, enthusiastic and effective volunteers locally in the Oakland Bay area, state-wide in California and nationally – serving on our Labor Caucus.
A retired member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Lawrence has also been extremely active in volunteering with his local labor federation: the Alameda Labor Council (ALC).
Lawrence was recognized recently by the ALC as the “Unionist of the Year” for his tireless, enthusiastic, and effective volunteer activities.
click on the image or on the link below to watch his inspiring acceptance speech.
He touches on the importance of volunteering, the need for a powerful Labor movement to organize for justice in all its forms and the need for fundamental change – including enacting the We the People Amendment – to save the world!Read more
Advocating for the We the People Amendment: Seizing the August Opportunities for Change
It’s been a “summer of strikes.” Workers across the country are on the offense, demanding better working conditions, benefits and pay – and opposing artificial intelligence.
Current strikes include over 170,000 writers, actors and producers in Hollywood and across the country, thousands of food service workers in Las Vegas, thousands of city employees and thousands more of hotel workers in Los Angeles and nearly 2000 nurses in New Jersey. The strike of 340,000 workers at UPS yielded a tentative contract that is being voted on through next week.
In total, there’s been 233 labor actions in 352 locations in the U.S. since January 1, 84 in 141 locations since July 1.Read more
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