Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.
— Margaret Mead


Unlike capitalism, which is often nebulous and difficult for people to define, the word "rebel" often evokes immediate concern or sharp criticism.

Although sometimes misperceived as troublemakers and rule-breakers, most rebels are simply concerned citizens who dare to question the status quo. 

Our pathway is one of nonviolence and we come from all walks of life. Old and young, tall and short, conservative and liberal. Anyone from any race, ethnicity, religion, creed, gender, or sexuality can enlist in the rebel fight. 

During America’s last revolution, people were broadly classified as loyalists or rebels. Loyalists were married to the status quo and did not rally behind American Independence. Rebels fought for the change that eventually established the United States of America. 

We’re faced with a similar plight around the myriad of problems we face today. Rebels: let the fun begin. Non-rebels: you’re invited to join our rebel fun anytime.