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Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our weekly podcast. Every Thursday, 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.

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DECEMBER 3, 2015 Have you ever tried to ban fracking in your community, or tried to raise the minimum wage, only to find out that your community has no freedom to protect itself or your environment? You're not alone. As corporate power continues to expand under the court-created doctrine of "corporate personhood," so does the harm they cause in communities faced with increasingly reduced power. We talk with co-founder and director of Movement Rights, Shannon Biggs, about the Rights of Communities and Rights of Nature, and how We the People can assert these rights above the claimed legal ?rights? of corporations.
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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

This week we talk about the upcoming US Social Forum with Move to Amend National Leadership Team member Jerome Scott, one of the organizers on the Social Forum's National Planning Committee. Jerome Scott, a labor organizer in... more

This week features Ohio Move to Amend organizer Michael Greenman to talk with us about the Interfaith Caucus and the role of faith and conscience in the movement to amend the Constitution. Since 2000, Michael Greenman he has... more

REPLAY: This week features Move to Amend affiliate organizer and principal with the Program on Corporations, Law, and Democracy (POCLAD), Jim Price, about his work as a grassroots organizer and how his community in Tuscaloosa... more

This week features clinical lecturer and our first international guest, Erik Monasterio, to talk with us about the secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications for the international field of medicine and healthcare. Dr. Erik... more

This week features writer, author, and expert Nicolas J.S. Davies to talk about the military-industrial complex and the threat of propaganda to participatory democracy. Nicolas J. "Sandy" Davies is the author of "Blood On Our Hands:... more

Hip Hop pioneer and icon Asia One joins us to talk preserving and promoting the traditional dance, art, and music of Hip Hop culture through the B-Boy Summit, an annual Hip-Hop event encompassing knowledge of the history of Hip-Hop... more

Cultural activist Mic Crenshaw will talk with us about the Afrikan Hip Hop Caravan and the role of Hip Hop as a global form of expression and counterforce to all forms of oppression. A chicago-born poet and emcee, Michael (Mic)... more