Made in America Again, Inc., dba Made in America Again, (“MIAA”) is a Delaware nonprofit corporation organized for charitable and educational purposes under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
MIAA was created by its founder, James A. Stuber, as the vehicle for a movement of consumers dedicated to rebuilding the American middle class through the power of consumer choice.
MIAA's mission is to build healthy American communities through consumers buying things made in those communities.
MIAA’s vision is an economy that supports families that are economically independent, with the American dream restored.
MIAA is pursuing this mission and vision through education, raising awareness of the problem of sending jobs to other countries, how it is destroying our future, and how consumers can solve it. MIAA also conducts ongoing research, building upon the research embodied in MIAA founder Jim Stuber’s 2017 book, What if Things Were Made in America Again: How Consumers Can Rebuild the Middle Class by Buying Things Made in American Communities.
MIAA’s specific goal is to bring home $500 billion in consumer spending, enough to balance trade, create six million jobs, take the slack out of the economy, and get a virtuous circle going again.
MIAA operates in cooperation with like-minded organizations, including two affiliated organizations: