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Make your Reservation for this Weekend in Pittsburgh

It's not too late to make your RSVP for this weekend with the Green Party of Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh! Join us on March 23 & 24 at the Pittsburgh Mennonite Church, 2018 S Braddock Ave, Pittsburgh, PA as we focus on running meaningful campaigns while embracing the necessity of global issues like that of the Green New Deal. To help us charge up for the task we will be joined by Howie Hawkins, a three-time New York Gubernatorial candidate, as well as Dario Hunter and Ian Schlakman who are are both seeking the 2020 Green Party US Presidential nomination. They will kick-off the event as we ask what a successful Green Party will look like in the next few years. Continue reading

Deadlines for Workshops and Stipends Approaching

The deadline to submit workshop proposals for our Annual National Meeting is March 30, 2019. We have a great opportunity to share our knowledge, skills, experience and expertise at the meeting. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the proposals already submitted for the meeting. Continue reading

Announcements and February General Meeting Minutes

Philadelphia, PA – Here's a rundown of what happened at the most recent General Membership meeting of the Green Party of Philadelphia (GPOP), including our City Committee election results. GPOP City Committee Meeting MinutesFebruary 29, 2019, Shissler Recreation Center Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: San Jose City Council votes TODAY on Public Bank Feasibility!

San Jose, CA – Join Greens on TUESDAY, March 19 at 1:30 pm to urge the city to explore Public Banking feasibility! Hold public banking signs, and grab a comment card to speak directly to City Council about why you support Public Banks. San Jose City Council members, Raul Peralez, Sergio Jimenez, and Magdalena Carrasco have introduced a memorandum to be adopted Tuesday, March 19. This is in response to a bid that the city is evaluating for their banking services, with JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo being the top two scorers, both of whom have been fined hundreds of millions of dollars for wage theft practices over the years. We need our hard earn tax dollars to go towards the public good and not to Wall Street profits!  Continue reading

U.S. invaded Iraq 16 years ago

We Mark the Anniversary of the Iraq Invasion – March 19 Tuesday, March 19, marks the 16th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Join the Green Party of Brooklyn and our citywide coalition of peace and social justice groups to: Continue reading

2019 Illinois Green Party Spring Convention

The Green Party is needed today more than ever. With both parties currently in power answering to big money special interests, only a party that rejects all big money special interest donations and stands for the 99% can help restore true democratic government in America. The Illinois Green Party holds two Membership Meetings each year, one in the spring and one in the fall. These meetings are our chance to conduct official, statewide business and to hold training and educational sessions, as well as panel discussions and keynote addresses from invited speakers. Continue reading

Support Senate Bill 141!

The United States takes pride in calling itself a "democratic" republic, with "free and fair elections." Yet Illinois election laws are fixed to give a huge advantage to the candidates of just two political parties, stifling all other competition. Such a system cannot justly be described as "democratic" or "free and fair." That is why the Illinois Green Party urges Illinoisans to speak up and take a strong stand in support of Senate Bill 141. Illinois has one of the most repressive, restrictive and grossly unfair ballot access laws in the United States. For example: Continue reading

You can vote GREEN on Tuesday April 2 for the President of the Board of Aldermen!

If you live in St. Louis City the election for Board of Alderman (BOA) President is not over! Besides the incumbent Democrat Lewis Reed, the Green Party candidate, Jerome Bauer, will be on the ballot. Unlike Reed, Green Party candidate Bauer has consistently opposed privatizing the airport. Continue reading

PA Greens endorse Divest from the War Machine

The Green Party of Pennsylvania (GPPA) Steering Committee has endorsed and joined the new coalition, Divest from the War Machine. The purpose of Divest from the War Machine is "removing invested assets from companies that derive their profits from U.S. military interventions, the global arms trade, and the militarization of our streets." Alan Smith, co-chair of GPPA from Chester County, explained, "A year to the day before he was killed, April 4, 1967, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his "Beyond Vietnam" speech. On the anniversary of that speech, Code Pink and the Black Alliance for Peace with Ajamu Baraka, 2016 Green Party nominee for vice president, co-sponsored the new coalition, Divest from the War Machine." Continue reading

Michigan Green Cliff Yankovich Appointed to Lowell City Council

(LOWELL, MICHIGAN) Home to approximately four thousand residents, the City of Lowell is known for famous former residents including William Seward Burroughs I, who invented the adding machine and was the grandfather of ‘60s counter-culture beat writer William S. Burroughs, as well as vocalist Anthony Kiedis of the funk-rock outfit Red Hot Chili Peppers. Located in Kent County, Lowell has a classic Americana vibe, its downtown lined with storefronts and including a vintage showboat anchored just off the main street, as an eye-catching, downtown centerpiece. Continue reading