¡Sí se puede! on Cesar Chavez Day

Tomorrow, March 31st, we celebrate the birth, life and legacy of the civil rights and labor movement activist Cesar Chavez. Chavez’s words and deeds remind us to love and respect our country's farm workers. They are not just the ones in the fields working to put food on our tables but also fighting for labor protections, immigration justice, and increasingly for climate action.  Continue reading

Pondering Regime Change on the Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq

March 19th, 2003. The United States invaded Iraq. The public premise for the invasion was that Iraq was hiding “weapons of mass destruction,” but everyone knew there were other reasons for the war. Oil. Profiteering for the military-industrial complex. Revenge for 9/11, even though Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. And regime change. Over two decades later, there are still American troops in Iraq. Continue reading

Leap into Savings: 20% Off Green Party Merch Today Only!

Use code LeapGreen at checkout Happy Leap Day!  As we enjoy this extra day in 2024, we're excited to offer you a special Leap Day deal at our online store! Today only, Green Party supporters can enjoy 20% off their purchases of $29 or more with the code LeapGreen! This is your chance to stock up on our broad selection of quality, Union-Made in the U.S.A. merchandise that showcases your support for the Green Party. From stylish apparel to reusable accessories, every purchase helps fund our mission of people, peace, and planet. Continue reading

Helping Greens is Easy as 1-2-3 in 2024

Happy Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) Day! In fact, January is Ranked Choice Voting month. RCV is a voting system that’s long been championed by the Green Party, and it has been catching on with more voters than ever. RCV is one part of a package of real electoral reforms advocated for by the Green Party to democratize elections. Voters want more choice and the opportunity to vote their values. RCV means we can all rank the candidates we support, instead of voting the lesser of two evils. There are quite a few benefits for ranked choice voting, especially for Greens. Continue reading

International Human Solidarity Day

Today is International Human Solidarity Day. A day that since its creation almost two decades ago has served as a reminder of the work still to be done and a celebration of the progress we have made towards equality, justice, sustainability, and liberation around the world. Continue reading

Giving Back on Giving Tuesday

As you may know, today is #GivingTuesday. The Tuesday after Thanksgiving was originally introduced as "a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.” That's a #PeoplePowered message the Green Party can get behind! We encourage you and Greens all across the globe to give to causes meaningful to you this Giving Tuesday. For over a decade, this special day has helped raise millions for people powered organizations around the world, including the Green Party. Continue reading

Eugene V. Debs: Still As Relevant Today

On November 5, 1855, in the little city of Terre Haute, Indiana, a young man was born to local grocery store owners that, one day, would become, among other things; a railroad fireman, labor leader, twice elected official, great orator, and eventual Presidential candidate willing to stand up for his values, no matter how controversial they may be at that time. Continue reading

Challenging Discrimination This Hispanic Heritage Month

Each year when "Hispanic Heritage Month" rolls around Sept 15 to Oct.15 we have the opportunity to spotlight and celebrate the many cultures that make up the Hispanic, or Latino, or Latinx community, (All terms for us that we are not universally in agreement with using. ¿Que sera, sera?). Certainly, we have a lot to celebrate, our varied and diverse communities all contain a richness of heritage, community, and vibrant culture that is reflected in the arts that we create, our traditional crafts, the music that we make, our passionate and joyful dance, and the delicious and varied traditional foods that we produce. Continue reading

End Fossil Fuels

Right now, New York City is in the middle of recovering from massive flash flooding that shut down subways, flooded streets, cancelled flights, and impacted emergency care around the city. These same sites where the flood waters are receding were host to a massive climate change and social justice march just two weeks ago. Continue reading

Proudly Green This Pride Month

On the 54th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, we reflect on the progress towards equality we've made and the liberation we still must fight for. Only the Green Party can provide the holistic solutions we all so desperately need and stand strong in the face of bigotry and persecution. Unlike the two Wall Street parties, the Green Party has always taken the position that we cannot compromise on issues of life or death for LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual and other gender, and romantic minority) communities. Continue reading