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No War on Iran! Join Anti-War Actions this Weekend!

The Green Party Peace Action Committee has endorsed the call of the United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC) to take a stand for peace and hold local antiwar actions on the weekend of July 13th, demanding: No War on Iran! No U.S. Coup in Venezuela! End Sanctions Now! Bring all U.S. Troops home now! Continue reading

Minnesota Green Party Presidential Debate

MINNEAPOLIS – July 10, 2019: The Green Party of Minnesota wishes to advise the media and the general public that the Green Party 2020 Presidential debate will take place on Friday, July 19, 2019 from 6:00 -9:00 p.m. central. Attend in-person or via livestream link available: https://www.mngreens.org/green_party_presidential_debate. The debate will take place at Dayton's Bluff Recreation Center, 800 Conway Street Saint Paul, MN 55106. Continue reading

A Greenway Forward

David Cobb and Michael O'Neil this week discuss the immigration concentration camps along the southern border, the upcoming Green Party presidential debates and the climate crisis.

2019 Indiana Green Party State Congress

Join us in Muncie on Saturday, July 13 Join the Indiana Green Party for the 2019 State Congress. The tentative agenda for this year is below. Come and meet fellow Greens, help us shape our platform, discuss future candidacies, and more! Saturday, July 13, 20191:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. EDT (subject to minor changes) Continue reading

Record Number of Candidates in 2019!

We are excited to report that the Indiana Green Party (INGP) will field more candidates in 2019 than we have in total since 2002! Among the candidates is our State Chair, Monica James, who is the first African-American Green Party candidate to run for office in the state. The candidates include the following: Continue reading

Bruce A. Dixon

Saturday, July 6th: Memorial Service for Bruce A. Dixon. Many following social media have heard by now that Bruce Dixon, cochair of the Georgia Green Party, co-chair of the Hawkins 2020 Presidential campaign, a founder and the Managing Editor of Black Agenda Report, husband, father, grandfather, lifelong socialist and mentor to many in the movement for a just peace, died yesterday after a three year long battle with leukemia.  Continue reading

Send Pennsylvania's Voice to Salem

PHILADELPHIA – The 2019 Annual National Meeting of the Green Party of the United States will be held July 25th-28th on the campus of Salem State University in historic Salem, Massachusetts. Last year, Pennsylvania Greens sent a clear message that it's important for GPPA to send a delegation to this conference. Can you donate today and help send Pennsylvania Greens to Salem? Continue reading

Greens to participate in the 2019 LeftForum

The Green Party of New York recognizes the passing of comrade Bruce Dixon of the Georgia Green Party and Black Agenda Report. We ask that you keep Bruce and his family in your thoughts this weekend. Bruce passed just as this conference opened and we decided to keep his planned panels in this guide as a way to express how his contributions will be missed. Bruce Dixon, Presente! The 2019 LeftForum will take place this coming weekend, June 28 – 30 at Long Island University in Brooklyn. The forum will take place at One University Plaza, Brooklyn, NY. The full program can be viewed here. This year's theme is "What Is Left To Be Done?" Once again, many of the workshops will feature Green Party members. Below is list of workshops featuring Green activists and candidates, past and present, with their names in bold. Continue reading

Power Up Green 2019 Green Party Annual Meeting

Salem State University, July 25-28, 2019 Seize the moment for the party that puts people, planet & peace over profit! Register Now for $130!, Price increases July 1 Continue reading

Follow up to the Green Party of Tennessee state meeting

The Green Party of Tennessee had its state meeting on Saturday June 15th and renewed its commitment to advance Green politics in Tennessee. We began by nominating a new secretary and then moved organically into a short discussion about two of our Presidential candidates, Howie Hawkins and Dario Hunter. Next we discussed how to up our game on social media, getting a twitter account, improving our website and getting our mailchimp feed to post on the website to make it more dynamic for promoting the party and our great Nashville radio program, The Green Hour. Continue reading