United For The People


The Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v. FEC has focused America’s attention on the dangerous influence of corporate power in our democracy and the urgency of taking all necessary measures to undo that influence, including amending the Constitution.


Generations of Americans have amended the Constitution over the years to ensure that “We the People” means all the people, not just the privileged few. The Citizens United case, which opened the floodgates to unlimited corporate spending to influence elections at all levels of government, has brought home the importance of amending the Constitution to ensure that “We the People” does not mean we the corporations.


We believe that America works best when our government is of, by and for the people. Although we have differences in scope and tactics, all of us are united in the understanding that the Court’s decision in Citizens United and related cases must be remedied by amending the Constitution in order to restore the democratic promise of America.


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Click here for the full list of United For The People organizations.


Center For Media and Democracy Common Cause Communications Workers of America
Demos Free Speech For People Move To Amend
People For the American Way Public Citizen U.S. PIRG
350.org 99Rise A New Way Forward African American Ministers in Action
Alliance for Democracy Amazon Watch American Humanist Association American Sustainable Business Council
Americans for Democratic Action Asian Pacific Environmental Network Backbone Campaign Berkshire Environmental Action Team
California Church Impact California Clean Money Campaign Campaign for America's Future Catholics United
Center for Biological Diversity Center for Corporate Policy Center for Effective Government Center for Environmental Health
Center for Health, Environment & Justice Center for Science in the Public Interest Church Women United National Citizens For Responsibility and Ethics in Washington
CivicSponsor Clean Air Watch Clean Water Action Clean Water Network
Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Coalition of Immokalee Workers Code Pink Coffee Party USA
Color of Change Consumer Action Consumer Watchdog Corporate Accountability International
CREDO Action Democracy Unlimited Democrats.com Drinking Liberally, Des Moines Chapter
Earth Day Network Earthworks Edmonton Small Press Association Energy Justice Network
Ethical Markets Farm Labor Organizing Committee Fix Democracy First! Food and Water Watch
Food Empowerment Project Forward Together Franciscan Action Friends of the Earth
Generation Progress Generation Waking Up Get Money Out - Maryland Get the Dough Out
Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) Global Community Monitor Grassroots Recycling Network Greenpeace
Health Care For America Now Hip Hop Caucus Indiana Alliance for Democracy Institute for a Sustainable Future
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Institute for Policy Studies Global Economy Project International Forum on Globalization International Labor Rights Forum
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement Liberty Tree Foundation for the Democratic Revolution Main Street Alliance Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns
Maryland Committee to Amend Money Out, People In Money Out, Voters In MoveOn.org
NAACP National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities National Black Law Students Association National Congress of Black Women
National Council of Jewish Women National Council of Women's Organizations National Education Association National Women's Health Network
New Progressive Alliance Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance Oil Change International Open Democracy
Organic Consumers Association Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations Partnership for the Public Good Pax Christi USA Pay 2 Play
People's Activist Network Pesticide Action Network North America Physicians For A National Health Program Program on Corporations Law & Democracy
Progressive Change Campaign Committee Progressive Democrats of America Public Campaign Rainbow PUSH Coalition
Rainforest Action Network Rebuild the Dream Renew Democracy Represent.Us
Responsible Wealth Project RootsAction Rootstrikers Sacramento for Democracy
Sea Turtle Restoration Project Service Employees International Union Sierra Club SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective
Stamp Stampede Sum of Us SweatFree Communities Teamsters
Texans United to Amend The American Institute for Progressive Democracy The New Bottom Line The Other 98%
The Pachamama Alliance The Reform Project The Story of Stuff Project U.S. Youth for Sustainable Development
Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County (UUCDC) United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America United for a Fair Economy
United Steelworkers United Students for Fair Trade Veterans for Peace VPIRG
WAmend We the People Campaign Where's Our Money Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
Wisconsin Wave, A project of the Liberty Tree Foundation Wolf-PAC Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Women's Voices for the Earth
Working Families Party Working Families Win Yes We Can! Long Island Young Democratic Socialists