Democracy Convention

Democracy is coming... to the U.S.A.

Left Elect


From impending climate catastrophe to the renewed assault on working class living standards, we don’t have time to waste on the status quo, lesser evils, and token reforms.

The richest 1% may own the two major parties, but the past year has seen an uptick in left electoral activity. From Kshama Sawant’s election as an open socialist on the Seattle City Council to the numerous other socialist and independent left campaigns in Chicago, New York, and elsewhere throughout Fall 2014 and Spring 2015, interest in a working class alternative is growing.

Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers

Our Mission: "To strengthen the effectiveness of the peace and justice community in Minnesota by enabling member organizations to share their resources, insights and ideas and devise cooperative strategies to accomplish common goals."

Education United for Democracy

Education United for Democracy is an alliance of students, faculty, staff at all level of education as well as community members and allies committed to the democratization of education in the United States. We work in solidarity with global networks combating the corporatization of our schools, colleges, and universities.

Citizens for Global Solutions, Minnesota

OUR VISION: We envision a future in which countries work together to abolish war, protect universal human rights and freedoms, foster sustainable development, and solve related problems facing humanity that no country can solve alone. This vision requires the involvement of informed world citizens to create and maintain effective democratic global institutions that will supplant the law of force with the rule of law while respecting the diversity and autonomy of national and local communities. 

The Workable World Trust

Promoting a better world through transforming the United Nations and other institutions of global governance. The Workable World Trust Mission Statement: The Workable World Trust seeks to devise, promote and disseminate ideas conducive to the establishment of a “workable world,” a world in which: the rule of democratically established, binding law supplants the law of force; people, not states or monarchs, are recognized as the ultimate source of sovereignty; global problems lead to ecologically and economically sustainable global solutions; the good of

Voting Justice

The Jill Stein campaign initiated a recount on behalf of hundreds of thousands of concerned voters, bringing election integrity into the national spotlight. But ensuring that votes are counted is just the tip of the iceberg, when the entire US political system is rigged to prevent the people from taking power away from the ruling elite. To bring real democracy to America, we need a broad movement for voting justice.

Universalizing Resistance

Our book, "Welcome to the Revolution: Universalizing Resistance for Social Justice and Democracy in Perilous Times," speaks to the rising political consciousness and energy that must coalesce into a united movement to stop the right.

Color of Water

 We want the guarantee of a Human Right to Water to matter for everyone! For most of us these are tough times. For Boston's working people, especially those in communities of color and immigrant neighborhoods, there are many challenges. Water need not be one of them. But it is. Many other cities have taken steps to protect their families and communities. They may take our income into account, look at our welfare situation, or help with payments. Boston needs to do the same.

Revolt Against Plutocracy

RAP’s Revolutionary Agenda

While we are against plutocracy, a good question to ask is, “what are you for?” No revolution continues indefinitely. Our revolutionary agenda has two components: political equality and economic equity. While the struggle for economic equity and against excessive inequality will be eternal, our revolution will be declared a success when plutocracy has been replaced by a comprehensive, campaign finance reform bill, signed into law, that creates genuine political equality, our primary, revolutionary demand.

American Monetary Institute (AMI)

The American Monetary Institute (AMI) is a publicly supported charity, founded in 1996 to present the results of our research in a manner understandable by the average citizen; leading to monetary reforms which bring forth a greater level of economic justice and a more equitable and efficient functioning of government.