Implications for the democracy movement
Wednesday, November 16, | 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET
A panel presentation of information and analysis followed by participant comments and discussion on the impact of the elections on the movement to end corporate rule and big money in elections, as well as the larger movement to create authentic democracy.
Move to Amend National Leadership Team; Mayor of Culver City, CA; James Lawson Institute Project Manager; past active member of Occupy Los Angeles and InterOccupy and community organizer.
Move to Amend National Leadership Team; staff with United for Peace and Justice and North Carolina Peace Action providing leadership development and skills training ranging from strategic planning and organizing to fundraising, marketing, and community building. Their work particularly focuses on communication, oppression, change, and the role of privilege in transforming power dynamics, fostering broad, deep economic and social justice change.
Retired International Brotherhood of Teamsters member, Labor Political Organizer, Wildlife Biologist, Arborist; Teamsters Delegate, and Officer for the Alameda Labor Council, AFL-CIO; East Bay (CA) Move to Amend Affiliate coordinator; Campaign Field Coordinator of 2022 labor candidate for California state General Assembly (Liz Ortega for AD20).
Co-Director, Move to Amend
How do the election results affect our 2023 collective work
Share your views on how we should take action
Hear an update on our plans for planning our 2023 strategy
Find out how you can become more engaged.
This program represents the launch of our year-end fundraising drive.