• Reduce Carbon Emissions

    CO2 and other carbon emissions are understood to be the primary anthropogenic (man-made) contributor to climate change.

  • Defund Dakota Access Pipeline

    The DAPL is an oil pipeline built to carry crude oil from North Dakota to an oil tank farm in Illinois, begun in 2016 and completed in 2017.

  • Battle Deforestation

    Despite the varying benefits of global forests, from fostering biodiversity to helping clear greenhouse gasses, humans are destroying forests at a rate of approximately 50 football fields every minute.

  • Reduce Fossil Fuels

    Fossil fuels, such as petroleum (oil), coal, and natural gas are formed over millennia as natural processes act on organic material. They’re extracted for fuel.

  • Stand for LGBTQ Rights

    While the battle to legalize gay marriage dominated many of the conversations about gay rights in recent years, workplace rights and protection against workplace discrimination have always been major concerns for LGBTQ activists.

  • Fight Big Tobacco

    A report by the World Health Organization describes the activities of the tobacco industry between 1950 – when its research first made connections between cigarettes and cancer – and the late 1990s as “the most astonishing systematic corporate deceit of all time”.

  • Stop Donald Trump

    Many Americans feel upset, disenfranchised, and frightened by the election of Donald Trump to the American presidency, as well as his subsequent selections for cabinet positions.

  • End Gun Violence

    Gun violence is one of the most high impact issues facing American society today: 2016 saw over 15,000 gun-related deaths (41 per day), including homicides, unintentional shootings, suicides, 385 different mass shootings.

  • Stand #WithRefugees

    The scale of the current global refugee crisis is unprecedented in recorded history, with 1 out of every 113 people now forcibly displaced, and 34,000 joining their ranks every day. The majority of refugees are children.

  • Support Women in The Workplace

    While legally women have equal rights to men in the US, they still face disparities and discrimination in the economy. Two well-recognized issues are representation and equal pay.

Join the Movement

Individuals directly and indirectly own 70-80% of publicly traded companies. You own the economy, and CEO’s report to you. Yet we’re kept separate from each other and our companies. Meanwhile, Wall Street and corporate managers set the agenda.

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