1. PIELC 2013 Keynote Address by Thomas Linzey of CELDF

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    Thomas Linzey of Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) delivers the keynote address of the 31rst Public Interest Environmental Law Conference (PIELC) held at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon, February 28 through March 3, 2013. Linzey points out the folly of the traditional avenues of redress environmental law has pursued, offering a new model to return democracy to the people currently hi-jacked by a corporate friendly legal system.

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    • The Story of Citizens United vs. FEC

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      The Story of Citizens United v. FEC explores the history of the American corporation and corporate political spending, the appropriate roles of citizens and for-profit corporations in a democracy and the toxic impact the Citizens United v. FEC decision is having on our political process. It ends with a call to amend the U.S. constitution to confirm that people―not corporations―make the decisions in a democracy.

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      • Occupy The Courts Vlog

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        In the vlog, Best-selling author & lawyer Joel Bakan (The Corporation, Childhood Under Siege) talks about corporate personhood and how the Occupy movement is really a call to be a citizen, with all the rights and duties that entails. Hello Cool World founder Katherine Dodds discusses how branding can be used for social good and not just to maximize profits, and Move to Amend's Steve Justino gives us some background on Occupy The Courts.

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        • Constitutional Rights Are For Real People

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          A few people can make a difference. About a year ago, two people threw a house party to talk about abolishing the erroneous doctrine known as "corporate personhood" and the living room was filled to capacity. We were outraged and we were passionate, and we decided then and there that we'd bring this issue to the attention of our community. Today, with the help of many other people in Pueblo, we are the only county that has successfully brought this issue up for a vote of the people in Colorado's 2012 ballot. We're local grassroots, but we're proud to be associated with a national group that's working to get at the root of all the corrupt money in politics: the awarding of "personhood" status to legal constructs. It's this misguided judgment by the Supreme Court which gave legal constructs standing in the Constitution to receive our rights - rights that are now being used against the very people which the Constitution was written to protect. Watch the video to see just how insidious it has become. The Supreme Court has been wrong before, so we amended our Constitution to abolish slavery - because a person isn't property. The Court is wrong again - property is not a person. People, one community at a time, are rising up all over the nation against this injustice and standing up for the human rights issue of our time: Abolishing corporate personhood and reclaiming our rights. WE, THE PEOPLE, have this sovereign right, and we MOVE TO AMEND our Constitution to establish that Constitutional Rights are reserved for human beings - not legal constructs. You can make a difference - make your voice heard: VOTE. After you see what's been happening, if you find yourself outraged and want to do something about it, go to MovetoAmend.org. Then invite some people to your living room.

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          • Corporations Are NOT People! with David Cobb

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            Pulse TV interview with David Cobb and Margaret Koster of “Move To Amend” about corporate power and the movement to amend the U.S. Constitution to declare that corporations are not people and do not have the rights of people. Filmed at CAPS TV in Ventura, CA on Sept. 16, 2011.

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            • The Rise of Corporate Power with David Cobb

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              David Cobb discusses the disturbing history of the rise of corporate power in the U.S., as well as, the process required to reverse this undermining of the rights of the actual human population. Cobb calls for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to clarify and declare that Corporations are NOT People and money is not speech. Filmed at CAPS TV in Ventura, CA, on Sept. 16, 2011.

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              • Move to Amend with David Cobb

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                David Cobb's informative lecture on the perils of the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling, corporate personhood and what we can do about it.

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                • Move To Amend - A Talk by David Cobb (2011-09-12)

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                  See http://movetoamend.org

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                  • I'm a Man

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                    • A National Intervention

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                      Please Visit NationalIntervention.org

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