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Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly online radio show. Every Thursday at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern, Move to Amend Reports on current events and features guests who specialize in movement building, grassroots organizing, amending the Constitution, and issues related to corporate rule and participatory democracy. Each show provides an opportunity for call-in questions and comments from listeners. Call (646) 652-2345 and press 1 to participate.

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REPLAY Author, radio, and TV personality Thom Hartmann talks with us about the movement to amend the Constitution and House Joint Resolution 48 -- the We The People Amendment. Thom Hartmann is a progressive national and internationally syndicated talk-show host whose shows are available in over a half-billion homes worldwide. He's the New York Times bestselling, 4-times Project Censored Award winning author of 24 books in print in 17 languages on five continents. Talkers Magazine named Thom Hartmann as the 8th most important talk show host in America in 2011, 2012, and 2013 (10th the two previous years), and for three of the past five years the #1 most important progressive host, in their ?Heavy Hundred? ranking. He was born and grew up in Michigan, and retains strong ties to the Midwest, although he and Louise have lived in New Hampshire, Vermont, Georgia, Germany, and Oregon...and now live on a boat in Washington D.C. with their new attack-cat, Fang. Tune in to the Thom's radio and TV programs at www.thomhartmann.com.
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Move to Amend Reports is the weekly radio show that details current events and features guests specializing in movement building, grassroots organizing, amending the Constitution, and issues being addressed by Move To Amend.... more

In this edition of Move to Amend Reports, we welcome California organizers Dione Johnson and Michelle Cordova, serving on the planning committee for the US Social Forum, to talk about solidarity organizing and what we can expect... more

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our internet radio program. This week features WAmend campaign director Gabe Meyer and secretary Cindy Black to talk about Washington State... more

This week features Tribal Councilman Wendsler Nosie of the San Carlos Apache Tribe to talk with us about the ongoing occupation of their sacred Oak Flat region, in protest of Arizona's land exchange with mining company... more

This week features author, radio, and TV personality Thom Hartmann to talk with us about the movement to amend the Constitution and House Joint Resolution 48 -- the We The People Amendment. Thom Hartmann is a... more

This week features two segments: actor, filmmaker and anti-racism activist Dixon D. White talks about his viral YouTube videos and the Racial Healing Video Selfie Challenge, and we celebrate the Monahan Brothers' Walk Across the United... more

In this episode of Move to Amend, we welcome guests Galen Tyler, Deeq Abdi, and Assad Al-Khdir who represent the Poor People's Economic and Human Rights Campaign and also serve on the planning committee for the US Social... more

This week features National Leadership Team members David Cobb and George Friday to talk about introducing the We The People Amendment to Congress and the next steps in the movement to amend the Constitution. Read the text of... more

This week we replay our July 17th show featuring teacher, author, and activist Jesse Hagopian to talk about the damage done by corporate education reform and the new grassroots movement of teachers, students, and parents... more

This week we replay our March 12th show featuring our first international guest, clinical lecturer Dr. Erik Monasterio from New Zealand, talking about the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications for healthcare and affordable... more

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