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Green Party of Texas State Convention

The Green Party of Texas will hold its Annual State Meeting on June 10 & 11 in Corpus Christi. Meeting rooms have been reserved at America's Best Value Inn, and delegates may reserve guest rooms at a discounted $50/night rate by mentioning they are booking with the GPTX group. To reserve your guest room, please contact the hotel directly at (361) 452-0504. We recommend that you reserve your accommodations as soon as possible to ensure space availability, however, there are also two other discount hotels (Valstay Inn & Suites and Howard Johnson) adjacent to the meeting location if additional capacity is needed. Delegates to the state party will meet to elect officers & national delegates, as well as to update by-laws, platform, and engage in other party building activities. A preliminary draft agenda may be viewed here. Continue reading

Indiana Green Party announce 2017 Congress

Join the Indiana Green Party for the 2017 INGP Congress! The tentative agenda for our first Congress in years is below. Come and meet fellow Greens, help us shape our INGP platform, discuss future candidacies, and more. Official registration page coming soon! RSVP on Facebook. Continue reading

Florida Greens to hold state convention in Tampa

The Green Party of Florida will be holding it's state convention in Tampa from May 26 through May 28. A meet and greet will take place at The Peace House, 8052 N 56th St., Tampa, FL on Friday from 6:00 – 9:00 PM. On Saturday we meet at the Robert W. Saunders, Sr. Public Library, 1505 Nebraska Avenue from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM with speakers and workshops. All are welcome to the events of Friday and Saturday. Continue reading

Maine Green Independent 2017 Convention is scheduled for May 21

SAVE THE DATE! The 2017 Maine Green Independent Party Annual Convention will be held on Sunday, May 21st at Viles Arboretum, 153 Hospital Street in Augusta. Registration will begin at 9:00 AM and we will say farewell at 5:00 PM. A $20 registration fee is recommended, but no one will be turned away. We'll be sharing a potluck lunch, so please bring your favorite salads, appetizers or desserts! Continue reading

Jordan Edwards, Another Victim of Police Violence

Police violence against black men has struck again in North Texas. This time, Jordan Edwards, a 15 year-old freshman in high school from Balch Springs, a near suburb of Dallas’ southeast side, was shot to death by Roy Oliver, a six-year veteran of the Balch Springs Police Department. Late Saturday night, April 29, neighbors reported to police that a house party had gotten too loud, and they asked the police to come and check it out. A short time later, Jordan Edwards was shot dead with a rifle. Continue reading

Green Party of New York State Convention

The Green Party of New York will hold it's 2017 state convention on May 20th at the Oakwood Community Center in Troy. Details and agenda to follow.

Green-Rainbow Party Convention 2017

Building the Party and Expanding the Green-Rainbow Tent Our theme this year, Building the Party and Expanding the Green-Rainbow Tent, accentuates the need for us to continue building our party in the face of today's reality of a broken political system in America. Rosa Clemente spoke in 2008 of the Green Party as no longer the alternative, but the imperative, for us to live with social justice, freedom, and democracy. Her words were true in 2008 and still ring true today. We are Extremely Happy announce that our Keynote speaker will be Jacqueline Patterson, the Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program. Continue reading

Maryland Green Party News for May

The Maryland Green Party continues to grow and work for a society that is sustainable and just. Please help us by making a donation to support our work. We take no corporate or PAC money; we rely on individual donors such as you. Please consider making a one time donation or a monthly pledge. On March 30, Green Party member Reverend Annie Chambers won an election to the Resident Advisory Board (RAB) of the Baltimore Department of Housing The RAB was created in 1968 and designed so residents of public housing could participate in decision making for the management of housing projects. It became a model that is now used in hundreds of cities where thousands of residents of public housing participate. Continue reading

Black & Green May Day Celebration

Winning Workplace Justice in St Louis International Workers Day (May Day) is a time for people to honor and extend the struggles of labor to protect its rights and defend social justice. The forum will cover topics such as race and racism in the workplace, "right to work" legislation and its important effects on labor organizing. How can we overcome inter-union turf wars and foster inter-union solidarity? How can students and alumni support union organizing on campus? What can we learn from past failures and successes? Continue reading

Connecticut Greens to hold state meeting

The Green Party of Connecticut will hold it's annual state meeting on Sunday, April 30th.  The meeting will take place at the Waverly Center in Portland, CT between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm. Continue reading