From Lawrence Lessig:
On the morning of January 11, the anniversary of the death of my friend, Aaron Swartz, and at the place where the voting in America’s 2016 presidential election will start, Dixville Notch, we will begin the second of three walks across the state of New Hampshire.
We will also be honoring Doris “Granny D” Haddock who walked from LA to DC at the age of 88 because she understood the biggest obstacle to solving any important issue in America today — regardless of political viewpoint — is the role of money in politics.
Politicians believe America doesn’t get this. We’re walking to prove them wrong: https://walk.nhrebellion.org.
For eleven days — January 11th through 21st — we will walk across New Hampshire with hundreds of citizens demonstrating that New Hampshire and the nation want to know how our elected leaders are going to end the corrupting influence of money in politics. We demand a solution. And we’d like your help.
Please join us in New Hampshire and walk with us: https://walk.nhrebellion.org or volunteer: http://www.nhrebellion.org/volunteer.
If you can’t join the walk, you can still support us other ways:
– Register as a virtual walker: https://walk.nhrebellion.org
– Support my walk: https://walk.nhrebellion.org/lessig
– Donate your Twitter and Facebook accounts: https://donateyouraccount.com/nhrebellion
– Read about last year’s walk and share with your friends:
Join us. Support us. And please spread this idea.