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Come learn about the Real Green New Deal

Albany – Since the midterms a Green New Deal has been the policy on the lips of progressive congresspeople and is the territory which the current fight to prevent the worst of climate catastrophe between the corporate state and the people. The event will explore the various GND proposals and how to fund it. First developed in the United States by Howie Hawkins in 2010 and then promoted by Jill Stein in her presidential campaigns. It combined the need for fast, emergency action on climate with the concept of an FDR-like New Deal economic bill of rights and includes the concept of economic and financial democracy by reforming the banking system. Continue reading

Olivia Faison endorsed by Green Party for Philadelphia City Council

Members of the Green Party of Philadelphia (GPOP) have endorsed their chairperson Olivia Faison, and her campaign for Philadelphia City Council Member-at-Large. The unanimous endorsement took place on February 28, 2019, at the GPOP monthly meeting held at Shissler Recreation Center in Fishtown, Philadelphia.  Continue reading

The peace movement goes to Venezuela

Yesterday, February 27, 2019, a press conference was held at the United Nations press room in New York to announce that leaders of the US peace movement will be going to Venezuela to speak to government and civic groups about what is really happening in that country and how we can add our voices to stop any coup attempts or moves towards war. Continue reading

Forum on Ranked Choice Voting

Make sure to join the Green Party of Brooklyn this Sunday evening to learn about Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) and what it would mean for NYC elections. Howie Hawkins, former Green candidate for governor of New York, and the Green Party of Brooklyn explain the nuts and bolts of RCV and how it leads to fairer and more representative election results. Continue reading

Confronting the Empire's War Agenda: The Struggle for Peace and Social Justice

Ajamu Baraka’s appearance in New Brunswick is part of a speaking tour of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut ahead of a national and international mobilization by a broad coalition of anti-war groups in the U.S. and around the world, calling for an end to NATO, an end to war and an end to racism, beginning with a march on Washington, D.C. on March 30th, 2019. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the formation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the extended arm of U.S. military aggression around the world. Because of the ongoing crisis in Venezuela the rally will have a focus on Venezuela, building on the February 23rd International Day of Action in Solidarity with Venezuela, in which over 130 communities world-wide participated. NATO partner Colombia has been playing a destabilizing role in Venezuela and continues to try to move “humanitarian aid” into the country with the aid of the U.S. Many aid agencies and others see this as nothing more than an invasion of the country by hostile countries. Continue reading

Elections Have Consequences

When St. Louis City residents vote on April 2, 2019, they should know where candidates stand on privatizing the airport. When selecting the Board of Aldermen President, they need to know who is against TIF giveaways, privatization of schools, reduction of alderman seats, and the "Better Together" scam to reduce democracy in the City and County of St. Louis. Continue reading

Maryland 2019 Ballot Access Drive is Underway!

Thank you for joining the Maryland Green Party. Whether you joined ten years ago or last week, we appreciate your support and your desire to stay involved with our mission of promoting Green candidates and policies. Ready to support our mission with a contribution right now? Contribute here! Continue reading

People Over Profits: Amazon Has Been Defeated

Today, I can say that We the People have shown one of the richest corporations in the world, that we will not lay down and allow them to roll over us. We have shown them what the Grassroots Power of the People can do. The Amazon deal was a backdoor deal that was not created for the best interest of you the people. It was a backdoor deal that gave benefits to a corporate giant and a new corporate ally to Mayor De'Blasio and Governor Cuomo. Continue reading

Meet with the Rochester Black Panthers

Rochester, NY – Join the Green Party of Monroe County for our February Monthly Meeting, where we'll join members of the Rochester Black Panther Party to discuss the history of the Black Panther Party and what is currently happening here in Rochester. We'll also be discussing the 2019 local elections and the role both the Black Panthers and Greens can play in them. Continue reading

Mirna Martinez qualifies for public campaign financing, receives Our Revolution endorsement

New London, CT – Green Party candidate Mirna Martínez, who is running for the 39th House District seat recently vacated by Chris Soto in New London, has qualified for a campaign grant through the State Election Enforcement Commission’s Citizens’ Election Program (CEP). This marks one of the first times in CEP history that a minor party candidate has qualified for such a grant. Continue reading