Corporate Personhood

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Strong Feisty Woman Award Banquet

Friday, November 19, 2010 - 5:30pm

 WILPF will honor two wonderful women:

Maggie Rawlands, active in Des Moines WILPF since the 1960s and a leader on causes like disarmament, small weapons treaty, anti-nuclear weapons, and challenging corporate power.  Maggie is delighted with the featured speaker we will have at the meeting, David Cobb from National Move To Amend.  More on David later.

Rally to End Corporate Personhood

Monday, August 9, 2010 - 6:30pm

Please join us to welcome Laird and Robin Monahan, two Vietnam veteran brothers, who are walking across America to raise awareness of corporate personhood and the illegitimate constitutional rights that corporations now have because of the US Supreme Court decision, Citizens United v. FEC.  Help us build momentum to amend the constitution so only people --not corporations--will have the rights and protections granted by our constitution. The program will include a brief talk by Laird Monahan and a few others and music by Jim Hermann and Women of the Drum.

Rally against corporate money in elections

Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 12:00pm

 

PLEASE ATTEND:

"THE OTHER 98% OF US" RALLY - TO KEEP CORPORATE MONEY OUT OF OUR ELECTIONS & END CORPORATE PERSONHOOD

This is a collaborative effort between our local MoveOn friends and IA.MoveToAmend.  

Please turn out and invite friends.  

Iowa Move to Amend Meeting

Monday, July 12, 2010 - 7:00pm

The Des Moines Chapter of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom is leading the organizing work to build momentum for a constitutional amendment overturning the January 2010 Supreme Court ruling that corporations are persons. The goal is to challenge corporate power and assert the people's rights.

Please visit www.movetoamend.org or contact MaryBeth Gardam for more information.

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