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Green Party of the United States (GPUS) call series on Justice & Liberation in Palestine

The first conversation will feature Miko Peled. Peled is a human rights activist, writer and speaker born in Jerusalem. He is the author of "The General's Son, Journey of an Israeli in Palestine," and an upcoming book, "Injustice, The Story of the Holy Land Foundation Five." Peled currently lives in Washington, DC and is a member of the DC Statehood Green Party. In his talk, Miko will address some of the basic history of the Palestinian struggle with an emphasis on youth resistance and youth oppression under the Israeli occupation, and what this means to thousands of Palestinian youth and their families. He will also discuss the role of international solidarity in supporting the struggle for Palestinian liberation, with an emphasis on the opportunities and challenges of BDS in the US. Continue reading

Green Party May Be Approved For Montana Ballots This Week

Signatures are being verified this week at county elections offices across the state of Montana to qualify another political party for the 2018 ballot. Statewide coordinator for the Green Party, Danielle Breck explains. "In order to be able to hold a convention and nominate candidates we have to have party status, and in order to do that we needed 5,000 signatures from Montana voters, but they needed to be out of at least two-thirds of the legislative districts," Breck said. "We needed at least 150 out of two thirds of the districts to hit that mark. We're not sure at this point whether or not we've done that, but we'll know at the end of the week." Continue reading

Latest news from New Orleans

At the February meeting of the Green Party of New Orleans, we discussed a number of important events that are happening in the next few weeks. Most importantly, our members are encouraged to take part in the No Gas Plant campaign. The campaign is organizing actions leading up to the city council vote on March 8th. Here is a complete list of upcoming events: Continue reading

NJ Green Party convention scheduled for April 14 & 15

Join us for the 2018 Green Party of New Jersey convention! This year we will be getting bigger and better with improved campaign training, workshops, and party business. This years convention will feature Cheri Honkala as convention speaker plus Jabari Brisport at the annual fundraiser on Saturday night!  Please save this date and share, more details are coming soon! Email membership@gpnj.org for information at the annual fundraiser on Saturday night! Please save this date and share, more details are coming soon! Email membership@gpnj.org for information. Continue reading

Young Greens Newsletter

Elections. Jobs. Ecosocialism. Here are some updates from the Green Party's Youth Caucus!🌻FEBRUARY 2018 YOUTH CAUCUS ELECTIONS🌻 Our elections for some caucus leadership positions are underway! One chair, one national delegate, the alternate delegate, Media Chair, Finance Chair, and Education Chair positions are all up for election! Go to ygus.org/ballot for instructions on how to complete and submit your ballot.Voting ends on February 28 at 11:59pm Eastern.Only caucus members are eligible to vote. Pay your $5 caucus dues at ygus.org/dues. Continue reading

Texas Greens Mark Your Calendars: 13 March for Precinct Conventions

The Green Party of Texas (GPTX) urges progressive voters in Texas not to vote in the Republican or Democratic primary elections in March. Voting in either primary disqualifies you from signing the Green Party's ballot access petition. Instead, on the following Tuesday, March 13th, come to your county's night of Precinct Conventions. Bring your voter registration card. There you can vote and pick up petition sheets for your friends to sign. Continue reading

Green Party of Pennsylvania State Convention – March 17-18

Mark your calendar and get ready for the Electric City during the March Convention of the Green Party of Pennsylvania! On March 17 & 18, Green Party members and friends will be meeting in Scranton during a 2-day meeting. We're going to dive deep into what a Green campaign is and how to realize electoral success. Join us Satuday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers for a day packed with workshops and focus sessions. The evening continues at the Case Quattro Winery in Peckville where we will network with members and enjoy live music. Sunday we'll get down to party business where the meeting highlights will include endorsements of our 2018 candidates. Continue reading

2018 Green Rainbow Party State Convention – May 26

Mark your calendars and plan to attend the 2018 Green-Rainbow Party State Convention. This year's theme is the Green-Rainbow Response to the Global Migration Crisis. Details on speakers and workshops, website and registration coming soon. Continue reading

Help Defend Voter Rights in Tennessee

The Tennessee Legislature is attempting to undermine the rights of voters all across the state. Currently, Tennessee has no law in the books about instant runoff voting, a voting method that allows voters to rank their preferences for an elected office instead of just picking one. IRV eliminates the spoiler effect, makes elections cheaper, and allows less well-funded candidates to compete meaningfully. Continue reading

Philly Greens February Meeting Reminder: City Committee elections this week!

Don't forget to come to our next meeting! We'll be electing our 2018 City Committee. As always, this event is wheelchair accessible. See below for current nominees and nominee statements. The nominations for all City Committee offices remain open until the beginning of the election at the February GPOP Meeting. If you would like to nominate yourself for the GPOP City Committee, please send your nomination to current Membership Secretary Chris Robinson (215-843-4256/chrisrecon@netzero.net) as soon as possible. Continue reading