shareholder organizing for real outcomes
Friends, thanks to the hard work of many people, we have a shareholder resolution that will be present at the next Twitter general meeting to evaluate shared ownership for the platform – and, make the report public. We also have vital contributions from experts like James McRitchie of CorpGov.Net, Andy Behar of https://www.bkconnection.com/books/title/the-shareholder-action-guide, and others who can map our path to success.
This is real, and urgent, because Twitter is in the eye of a political lightning storm. For example: https://twitter.com/wordofchristian/status/820844458967109632
But over the past few weeks, we have many tangents spiraling off of this campaign - by my count, more than the number of active participants in this group. Every day, I see a new text wall about hypothetical projects. My concern is that people are unexcited about committing to real and sustained effort. @priscillagrim might be the single voice I've heard with a reality check about what it might take to make progress with #BuyTwitter. If others have chimed in, my apologies for missing it.
This thread is an open invitation to everyone: please comment with your interest in getting involved with producing real, tangible outcomes for #BuyTwitter, and your thoughts on moving tangential conversations elsewhere.