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JANUARY 9: Get Involved with Move to Amend in 2019

FEBRUARY 6: Start a Move to Amend Affiliate Group

MARCH 5: Move to Amend's Interfaith Caucus

APRIL 2: How to Support the We the People Amendment in Congress

MAY 14: How to Talk About Corporate Constitutional Rights

JUNE 4: How to Bird Dog Candidates & Politicians to Respond to Your Agenda

JULY 2: We the People Lobby for the August Recess

AUGUST 14: Birddogging Presidential Candidates and Beyond!

SEPTEMBER 3: TBD

OCTOBER 1: TBD

NOVEMBER 5: TBD

DECEMBER 3: TBD

These online trainings are an opportunity for folks to connect with Move to Amend and learn about organizing tools and campaign opportunities, and to connect with other MTA community organizers across the country.

All are welcome - no past experience required!

Minimum Technology Requirements

*A Broadband Internet Connection
*A PC Computer using Windows or Mac Operating System (Android or iPad Tablets also supported to Attend)
*The latest version of Adobe Flash installed.
*A Phone line for Conference Call (only if not listening through computer speakers)
You can choose to attend one or more of following webinars.








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Speakers

Julia Peter
Director of Innovations Management @Center for Popular Democracy
As Director of Innovations Management, Julia is responsible for creating and managing the systems that comprise CPD’s innovative organizing program that brings individuals into high impact direct action, large marquee campaigns and connects them with affiliates. She is the staff lead for Birddog Nation, a shared project with Housing Works, which is comprised of thousands of individual activists who come together to make direct requests of candidates and elected officials in-person and in-public. Julia was previously, Deputy Director of Operations at CPD. Prior to CPD, Julia worked at various start-ups and non-profits focusing on systems, business operations, and event production. She received her MA in International Affairs from The New School, and her BA in Political Science from the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
Jessica Munger
Program Director @Move to Amend
Jessica Munger has worked with Move to Amend since 2014. Jessica first came to the Democracy Movement through her work in LGBTQ+ activism and organizing. She is impassioned by the work of building a strong and empowered Democracy Movement rooted in gender justice and dismantling white supremacy. Jessica studied at Humboldt State University in Northern California with a major in political science with an emphasis in globalization and spent a semester at Christ College in Bangalore, India. Her undergraduate research focused on women in the Indian democratic system, and LGBTQ+ voters.