Humboldt County Move to Amend will meet Wednesday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. for training in signature gathering, with a regular business meeting to follow at 7:30.
Location: Nelson Hall East (just up from the HSU library) Room 119
(Note: this is a change from our regular meeting space).
Why We Must Act Check out this startling graphic ….. How 10 Corporations Control Almost Everything
Read what Bill Moyers said …..
“Organized money is the greatest threat to democracy. The only way you’re going to preserve democracy is to fight this organized money.” (Interview with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! 1/27/14) Fighting “organized money” takes a whole lot of people and effort. Help preserve democracy …… Learn what you can do locally …… read on
Gathering for Action
Tuesday, March 25 starting at 7:00 pm
At “The Local” in Eureka
Come hang out with other activists who want to end corporate rule in America.
Find out what you can do locally to support the national effort.
Our Major Activity …. Going on Right Now
Ballot Initiative: Corporations Are Not People
The major activity for this year is getting an initiative onto the ballot for November, 2014, and then creating awareness about it so that voters overwhelmingly approve. The initiative will ask voters of Humboldt County to pass an ordinance that declares within the County of Humboldt, artificial entities, such as corporations, are not legal people and are not entitled to the protections granted by the United States Constitution. The stated purpose of this Initiative is a long-term goal of changing any federal and/or state law that may oppose this ordinance.
Petitions are now available … You can help us gather signatures Southern Humboldt County: Sarah Scudder (707) 832-2018 or email email@example.com Greater Eureka area: Darcy Marks email firstname.lastname@example.org HSU, Arcata area and points north: Diane Ryerson email email@example.com Or send email to Humboldt@movetoamend.org
Here’s where you might find us gathering signatures – if you want to join us, please leave message at Humboldt@movetoamend.org or call (707) 832-2018.
Arts Alive – April 5 and May 3
Arts Arcata – April 14 and May 11
Farmer’s Markets in Arcata and Eureka (when they resume)
Wildberries Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays
Arcata Co Op and Eureka Co Op
The Arcata Playhouse April 18 (Swami Beyondananda performance)
In front of Van Duzer Theater at the start of performances through March and April
Initiating the petition with the County Elections Office and printing the petitions cost money. There are many ways you can help us raise funds to pay for our ballot initiative petition.
Make a Direct Contribution
I want to DONATE ….. click here $$$$$ (At this point in time we are not a 501c3 or 501c4 so contributions are not tax deductible.)
Spring Raffle April 18
Have something to donate?
Want to help solicit donations?
I want to GET INVOLVED ……. click here RAFFLE
Cosmic Comic Swami Beyondananda
At The Arcata Playhouse April 18
Fundraiser for Humboldt County Move To Amend
To learn more: My Swami
Buy tickets in advance: BrownPaperTickets
Doors open at 6:00 pm.
Live comedy performance at 7:00 pm.
Beer/wine and food for sale plus great raffle prizes!
Live music until 10:30 p.m. provided by
Sara Torres, Bill Holmes, the Mad River Rounders
Swami Event April 18 Needs People Who are Willing to:
Distribute flyers to businesses in McKinleyville, in March Distribute flyers to businesses in Fortuna, in March Get two kegs of beer donated for the event April 18 Get several bottles of wine donated for the event April 18 Talk on the radio about the event – and Move To Amend – in April Solicit raffle prizes for raffle on April 18
(707) 832-2018 for more information
VOLUNTEER We train new volunteers every second and fourth Wednesday
HSU Nelson Hall East – Rm 113, 6:30-7:30 pm
HELP PLAN EVENTS
Regular planning meetings are every second and fourth Wednesday
HSU Nelson Hall East – Rm 113, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Richard Lentz Volunteer Co-Coordinator Humboldt County MTA Move to Amend Coalition 707-832-2018 www.humboldtmta.org www.facebook.com/hcmta