Million Leaders House Party
For years, MoveOn members have led local, state, and national campaigns—from the national health care fight, to people like Lori H., the mother of a Virginia Tech survivor, who asked MoveOn members to join her in holding candlelight vigils all across the country the day after the Sandy Hook shooting. Lori's work helped launch over 200 Community Committees to end Gun Violence. All it took was Lori's vision, MoveOn tools, and widespread MoveOn member support to kick-start this growing campaign to end gun violence.
In 2013, MoveOn is embarking on a bold new strategy that will help build progressive power and increase our capacity to shape national debates on issues that are important to MoveOn members—so that we can win more and more progressive fights all across the country.
Because of this exciting new strategy, it's crucial that MoveOn members across the country get together and talk about how we can bring long-lasting change to our communities.
That's why on February 16 and 17, MoveOn members will come together in living rooms, libraries, and community centers to learn about this new strategic shift and make plans to take action on the issues that are most important to our communities—like ending gun violence, protecting the environment, new immigration policies, and protecting our democracy.
During these parties we'll get to know other local MoveOn members, and we'll hear from MoveOn leaders who have organized their own campaigns. And then we'll take what we've learned from one another, and step up as leaders to take action on the local, state, and national campaigns that are most important to us.Host your own Million Leaders House Party or sign up for an event near you.