January 12 | 5 pm Pacific, 8 pm Eastern
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Amending the U.S. Constitution to abolish corporate constitutional rights and the legalized spending of big money in elections requires building a powerful grassroots movement. Not all approaches to reaching out to people and decision-makers are equally effective.
Advocating, mobilizing and organizing are three different approaches.
The Labor Movement has been building power to improve the immediate real world conditions of working people and to create fundamental social change for generations.
What approach have those seeking to build the power of working people found most effective? What lessons learned from the Labor Movement are relevant right now for Move to Amend supporters to build a powerful democracy movement for change?
Linda Gillison - Move to Amend Labor Caucus Co-Coordinator; retired professor of Classics, U. of Montana; steering committee, Montanans Move to Amend;
Lawrence Abbott - Move to Amend Labor Caucus Co-Coordinator; retired Teamsters Driver/Warehouseman, Alameda Labor Council AFL-CIO Political Organizer; Wildlife Biologist; Community Activist/Organizer
Keyan Bliss - Move to Amend Grassroots Director
Moderator: Greg Coleridge - Move to Amend Outreach Director