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NPA: Long-Term Agenda

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Zachary Kirkton

on 24 April 2013

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Transcript of NPA: Long-Term Agenda

DEMOCRATIC CONTROL OF GOVERNMENT PUBLIC CONTROL OF THE ECONOMY STRUCTURAL EQUITY GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY Democratic control
of capital

Racial Justice

Corporations for
the common good

Ecological
sustainability

Real Democracy IMMIGRATION
REFORM REVENUE FUTURE OF
WORK BANK
ACCOUNTABILITY COMMUNITY CONTROL COMMUNITY CONTROL DEMOCRATIC CONTROL OF GOVERNMENT PUBLIC CONTROL OF THE ECONOMY STRUCTURAL EQUITY GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY As affiliates of National People’s Action, we affirm that: We are building and working off of a long-term agenda. NPA will become a network that is thinking decades ahead about what we are trying to win and what we are trying to build. We want to expand democratic control of money, advance racial justice, have corporations serve the common good, realize real democracy, and advance ecological sustainability. We are a network that focuses on winning structural reforms; reforms that make people's lives better, build our organizations AND change the balance of power. We will run strategic campaigns that take the fullest advantage of the political moment to shift narrative and win structural reforms. We are building organizations that fight for governing power. We are no longer content being at the table, we want to run the table, along with our allies. This means we are serious about growing our base and developing leadership, are fearless about money, and building electoral muscle.
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