Help with our Inside and Outside strategies to end corporate rule

Fundamental social change has always involved a combined inside and outside approach – supporters inside governing institutions promoting and defending real change that’s initiated by organized people in grassroots movements. Advancements in women’s rights, civil rights, labor rights, and environmental protections are just a few of the movements throughout our nation’s history that have followed this blueprint.

This is exactly the strategy Move to Amend pursues in working to end corporate rule and the corruption of massive spending in political elections.

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51st anniversary of Roe v. Wade

As we reflect on what is the 51st anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, we are reminded of the continuous struggle to protect our fundamental constitutional rights and freedoms.

The erosion of women's right to privacy and self-determination are being stripped away, meanwhile SCOTUS continues to rule in favor of ever expanding "inalienable" rights for corporations.

Join us in taking a stand for We, the People. 

Photographer: Bill Clark Credit: CQ-Roll Call, Inc via 
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Ending Citizens United doesn’t End Money as Speech and “Corporate Personhood”

Today marks the 14th Anniversary of the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission Supreme Court decision. The ruling permitted corporations and labor unions to make unlimited “independent” political contributions (i.e. spending for or against candidates that are not made in consultation or cooperation with them, their campaigns or any political party).

The super rich could also shield their political “donations” (more like political “investments”) in “dark money” organizations, nonprofits not required to disclose their donors.

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MLK: Will we be extremists for hate or love?

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, this MLK quote feels relevant:

At Move to Amend, we've never shied away from the labels "radical" (which means exposing and changing the root/core/foundation of problems) or "extremist." Why? Because we are already living under extreme conditions.

What other choice do we have but to be extremists and radicals when corporate rule is widening and deepening, the climate is collapsing, far-right and hate-based authoritarian ideology is becoming more acceptable, and our government isn’t doing enough to address our acute crises? 

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EOY thank you

We are extremely grateful for your generosity in contributing to Move to Amend during our end-of-year fund drive!

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Move to Amend has endorsed the #March4Gaza this Saturday, January 13th, in Washington D.C.

We echo the demands of an immediate and permanent ceasefire, the end of unconditional U.S. military aid to Israel, and accountability for war crimes perpetrated in violation of international law.

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Affiliate Spotlight - January 2024

We've said many times, 'We would be nothing without our affiliates, advocates, and supporters.' They do a lot of the heavy lifting, which is why we've been recognizing all they do for the movement each month.

Each month we will use this space to spotlight different Affiliates. Find out who is on this month's Affiliate spotlight here!

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Time To Re-Write the U.S. Constitution

What Would the U.S. Constitution Look Like If We Wrote it Today

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I'd rather dig my own grave than ask for money.

John Fioretta has been a proud supporter and volunteer on Move to Amend's Law and Research Committee for several years.

In a world where corporate power and money influence our lives in profound ways, he has seen first hand the harm that Corporate Constitutional Rights and the idea of Money as Free Speech can cause. It's why he's reaching out to you with a short message that may raise an eyebrow or two.


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As we get ready to step into 2024, it is with great pride and gratitude that we reflect on the incredible strides made by Move to Amend in the past year.

Despite being a small, entirely grassroots movement, our collective efforts have resonated far and wide, shaking the foundations of corporate influence. Our commitment to passing the We the People Amendment - HJR 54, remains unwavering, and we invite you to stand alongside us in shaping a future where the people, not corporate interests, govern our nation.

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