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Thank you for hosting a house meeting and building a movement to rebuild the American Dream and make the economy work for all of us!

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house meeting guide on corporate greed.

If you've hosted a meeting, let us know how it went.

If you want to see what it takes to host a meeting, look at our Host Prep Packet

House meetings have always been a basic foundation of organizing in America. They’re a great way to bring people together to build relationships, spread knowledge and information, and inspire action!

Over the coming months, Change Nation will create monthly guides to help you facilitate house meetings. We’ll help you discuss a range of topics:

  • We’ll learn some history – from the Great Depression and New Deal to how unions built the Middle Class.
  • We’ll look at current issues – from the fight to extend unemployment insurance to policies to create jobs.
  • We’ll explore new economic ideas and visions – from a vision for full employment to proposals for creating a fair economy.

Use the links below to check out the materials on each topic:

Monthly Host Guides

May House Meeeting Guide:

May House Meeting Packet -

April House Meeeting Guide:

April House Meeting Packet -

November House Meeting Guide:

November House Meeting Materials -

October House Meeting Guide:

October House Meetings

September House Meeting Guide:

September House Meeting Packet -

August House Meeting Guide:

August House Meeting Packet -

Host Prep Packet:

Host Prep Packet -



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