The scariest thing about Amelia’s story is that it could happen to any of us. Baby Amelia had a heart condition, so her mom took her to the hospital. And because of corruption, now baby Amelia is dead.
This story is more than just heart-breaking. It’s a wake-up call, and we need your help to raise the alarm.
Most Americans don’t even recognize the ways they’re being hurt by our corrupt political system. And the only way they will is if they hear stories from people like you that they can relate to.
Will you share your story, so people across the country can see the many different ways corruption is taking a toll on real people?
Here are some prompts to help you get started:
Has corruption affected you or someone you know personally? If so, please explain how and what the impact was on your life.
What was your “lightbulb” moment, when you realized that corruption is a root cause of many problems in our country? What led you to realize it?
How does corruption affect people in your community? Share what problems exist in your community that could be better if we didn’t have corruption. What is the effect on people’s lives?
What’s an issue you care about that’s affected by corruption? Explain how it’s being held back.