The America Transformation Project

Social transformation starts when a new audience is provided a mission and roadmap. Mission + Roadmap + Digital = Modern Mobilization.

The America Transformation Project offers a way for communities to mobilize for social transformation.

Hello, I’m Greg. I spent the years between 2010 - 2020 reviewing American history and corporate transformation approaches, the goal was to understand how to build grassroots-driven social transformation projects.

I believe there’s no solution without communities joining together. Subscribe and learn how to solve the challenges—together.

I’ll start the backstory and you guys jump in on any topic on the site, I built this for you.

The National Backstory

In 1789, the Framers of the U.S. Constitution created an agrarian economy for 2.5 million colonists. They planted a seed based on open borders and built a governance model that embraced slavery. There was no digital technology or expectations that the seed would grow into 330 million American citizens living in a nation without slavery. 

The Framers weren’t concerned with protecting voter rights because women, blacks, and others didn’t have the right to vote. They weren’t concerned with processes needed to rebalance the political party system (the problem in 2021) because there were no political parties. 

Yet, America’s backstory and issues aren’t just about race and politics.

Since 2016, America has experienced death by a thousand cuts. Now, it’s time to build the audience that will transform core values—race, equity, guns, ageism, climate, healthcare, etc. 

The younger generations reject the old politics, racism, and pre-defined lifestyle choices, etc. This is your opportunity to help correct history, adopt core values, and understand ways to rebalance the political party system. We’re using stories, art, historical facts, and later games to make this a painless process.

The goal is to build the audience for social transformation.

Why Substack?

Substack connects the right ideas with the right audience. There are no sponsored advertisements or machines deciding on censorship. 

Your subscription builds the grassroots movement and the social change you seek.

Why Subscribe?

You’re gaining access to four newsletters for the price of one. The National Conversation, Master Class, Shop, and Vintage Photographs.

The free subscription offers access to parts of the National Conversation and Core Values processes. But, wait, remember the guy from Popeye? You can pay Tuesday for a hamburger today.

Cheaper than a Hamburger

There is no social change without building it from the ground up. Help build the team and watch it grow your voice. The deal for the first 100,000 stakeholders—a 40% discount for the first year, including full access to:

Social Innovator

My experience is in technology and innovation consulting—I lead complex projects. Did you know real social change is a project? My value and mojo is the ability to create solutions and teams that transform human systems.

Substack offers the perfect ecosystem to exchange ideas while building the audience and processes to give communities new superpowers to rebuild and drive social change.

That’s me standing in the back on the right, a solution architect, 2006. I asked everyone to stop working and take a team picture. There’s nothing more powerful than working with teams to solve business [and now social] transformation challenges.

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An IBM Project Team, 2006

Four years ago, I was in Paris at the Louvre Museum. I enjoy art history and understand social transformation must be conceptualized through art.

Paris at the Louvre Museum, 2017

Do you believe the next generation deserves a better future? Become a part of America’s first mobilization process for social change. It’s about time, right?

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America's home for correcting history, building the audience for social transformation, and developing next-generation American communities.


Gregory Adkins