Awhile ago http://rebuildthedream.com/
started up with a live streamed kick-off rally led by Van Jones. You might remember him as the White House's former green jobs adviser before getting run out on a rail. They had people submit ideas for policy changes on their site, house meetings were held around the country discussing the ideas, and those meetings shared with each other their results
The result is this manifesto thinghttp://contract.rebuildthedream.com/
If you click on the drop downs you can make comments and discuss the finer points about them.
When I went to lunch it was just under 10,000 signitures. When I came back another 1000 had been added. I refreshed it 5 minutes later and another 2000 appeared. Just now it's added around 4000 in 5 minutes.
The site is run by MoveOn.org but they have a sizable coalition thing going on. If you scroll downwards you can see if any groups you like are participating.
Personally I'd like to remain optimistic that this is the beginning of real "Change" (remember that word?) but I'm skeptical of this movement's ability to do anything other than preach to the choir. I'd like your opinions on the contract and the ability of the movement itself to get things done. And by "get things done" I mean get what's in that contract into legislation that can pass.