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Get Poison Pills out of Senate Bill 1 (S.1)

Demand Sens. Warren & Markey abolish the poison pill in S.1 SOUTH DEERFIELD, MA – Today, May 11, the Senate Rules Committee will begin the markup of the For the People Act (S.1). (S.1 as pdf) Call Senator Elizabeth Warren at (202) 224-4543 and Senator Edward J. Markey at (202) 224-2742. Urge them to vote against the For the People Act until the repressive and cost-prohibitive restraints on minor candidates and third parties are removed. Continue reading

News for May from North Carolina

With the Chauvin conviction, class struggle must continue Will Biden end the War on Terror? Help get the NCGP back on the ballot Join the new Young Ecosocialists Caucus of NC PITTSBORO, NC – The North Carolina Green Party has several updates for you this month: An anticapitalist take on Derek Chauvin's conviction and the abolition of the police state, Biden's plan for Afghanistan must be full withdrawal, how you can help get the NCGP back on the ballot, and the Young Ecosocialist Caucus of NC officially forms. Continue reading

Join Wisconsin's push for ranked-choice voting!

MADISON, WI – Our political system is failing us. Polls show that almost two-thirds of US voters want a new party, but the electoral system keeps most of us choosing which of two parties is "the lesser of two evils". There is a solution: Ranked-Choice Voting (RCV). RCV allows you to rank your choices, so that if your first choice doesn't win, your vote can still count for your second choice. That way, you can vote for what you really want - instead of feeling like you have to vote for the "lesser evil" to keep an even worse candidate from winning. Continue reading

May 2021 Green Star

Working toward a future where people and planet are valued, and our government represents all of us. Green Party Embraces Workers’ Rights on May Day by GPPA Co-chair Beth Scroggin Continue reading

Indiana Green Party 2021 State Congress

Saturday, June 26, 2021: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET (12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. CT) Join the Indiana Green Party (INGP) for the 2021 State Congress. Congress will again be virtual this year! The tentative agenda for our 2021 Congress is below. Come and meet fellow Greens, help us shape our platform, discuss future candidacies, and more. Continue reading

International Workers' Day Is TOMORROW!

International Workers' Day & the Legacy of the Paris Commune SAN JOSE, CA –International Workers' Day - often referred to as May Day - is tomorrow! It is probably the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic that workers all over the world will be able to join local rallies while practicing safe distancing (and wearing masks!). May Day symbolizes the struggles of the working class across the globe against the exploitative and destructive nature of capitalism. It was first celebrated in the U.S. (Chicago) in 1886 and led to the Haymarket Affair whose influence on international labor movements carries on to this day. Continue reading

Statement on the Assault and Arrest of Peaceful Protesters at Albany’s South Station

ALBANY, NY – The Upper Hudson Green Party thoroughly condemns the assault and arrest of peaceful protesters at Albany’s South Station. We stand in solidarity with the grassroots Black Lives Matter movement to confront and end police violence, repression, and murder against the working class and communities of color. Continue reading

Save The Date

Green Party of California General Assembly Saturday, June 19 - Sunday, June 20 Mark your calendars! The Green Party of California (GPCA) will hold a statewide General Assembly. This is the primary decision-making body of the GPCA and consists of delegates from each active county organization. All Greens are welcome to attend this online meeting. We will share more information when available, so keep an eye on our GA webpage for details coming soon. [email protected] ~ [email protected] ~ CaGreens.org

Climate Justice to Workers Rights, the Same Fight Against Exploitation

SAN FRANCISCO – Ever since the historic labor movement culminating in Chicago's 1886 Haymarket Riot and the commemorating of May Day as International Workers Day, capitalists have pushed back against workers' rights and safety, and their ability to organize. Other moments in history brought the labor movements' struggle to intersect other critical movements such as when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. went to Memphis to support the African American sanitation workers' efforts to unionize and their strike in protest of low wages, unsafe work conditions, and their abusive white bosses. The picket signs they carried stated the simple message: “I Am A Man.” Continue reading

The Democratic Party Pursues a Purge of the Green Party from the Ballot

This will be the first of several articles that delve into the onslaught against a true democracy's ability to represent the best interests of the people. With these efforts to suppress individual and party participation, we are doomed to governance committed only to policies promoted by the self interests of a very small, unrepresentative elite power structure. Continue reading