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Swami MTA FUNraiser

Join Swami & Support the Move To Amend November 2014 County Ballot Initiative

WHEN:     Saturday, February 22, 2014, 7pm-9pm
WHERE:   ZERO 1: The Art & Technology Network, 439 S. 1st St., San Jose, CA
INFO:       Melodi Masaniai  408-394-8705

An Evening of Support for Build Democracy, End Corporate Rule- Join us for an evening of comedy, live music, art, drinks and hors d’oeuvres!- Enjoy an exciting stage show with Swami Beyondananda- Die of laughter as Swami kills the notion that “corporations are people” and “money is speech”- The campaign needs contributions and signature gatherers NOW. Call to help.

What People Are Saying About a 28th Amendment 
“We need to reverse Citizens United. I have complete confidence that this movement will not only capture the public's imagination and gain momentum, but will become one of the fundamental, if not the fundamental, movement over the next few years." –Robert Reich

“Corporations are not people. Elections are not auctions.” –Al Franken

“In Citizens United the Supreme Court ruled that a corporation as a person could spend unlimited amounts of money to attack Hillary Clinton. This is just wrong, end of story.” –Steve Preminger, Chair SCC Democratic Party

“I’ll believe corporations are people when Texas executes one.”  –Anonymous

Build Democracy End Corporate Rule (BDECR) is endorsed by Human Agenda, the Santa Clara County Democratic Party, the Loma Prieta Chapter of the Sierra Club, the South Bay Labor Council, the Green Party of Santa Clara County,, the NAACP, the Mid-Peninsula Peace & Justice Center, the Community Homeless Alliance Ministry, the Santa Clara County Democratic Club, the Dean Democratic Club of Silicon Valley, the Asian Law Alliance, DeBug, WILPF, UFCW Local 5, Laborers Local 270, and many more. 

Build Democracy End Corporate Rule, 2175 The Alameda Suite 103, San Jose, CA 95126
Email:   408-459-8549   Fax 408-557-8471

Earlier Event: February 22
Pachamama Alliance Symposium
Later Event: February 26
Human Agenda Roundtable