Web site seeks natural individuals ("... as opposed to artificial 'Corporate Persons'") who believe that personal action can result in world changes. The Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy (www.poclad.org) is looking for some good people to engage in dialogue about corporate, labor, and legal issues, histories, and strategies.
The people behind POCLAD are, in sum, "thirteen activists who have spent the last several years researching corporate, labor and legal histories, rethinking our past organizing strategies and talking with people about democracy movements. We work in the tradition of people's struggles to replace illegitimate and tyrannical institutions with democratic ones that disperse, rather than concentrate, wealth and power." Individually, they have impressive backgrounds in environmental, labor, economic and non-profit organizations and some very interesting and worthwhile opinions. So visit www.poclad.org and then, as their web site entreats: "Call. Fax. Write. Email. Engage us."