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Rescuing Our Food from the Dark Agenda of Agribusiness

Black & Green Wednesday May 2, 2018: Rescuing Our Food from the Dark Agenda of Agribusiness As Monsanto and Bayer move closer to a merger the threat to agriculture locally and internationally expands. Dangers loom large: poisoning of agricultural and residential areas, loss of seed and plant diversity, soil and water contamination and depletion, loss of pollinators, cancer risks and more. The new pesticide Dicamba promises to be worse than Roundup. The end result could well be environmental devastation and an inability to feed ourselves. Sound alternatives to industrial agriculture are key. Continue reading

Justice & Liberation in Palestine featuring Mazin Qumsiyeh

The third call in the Green Party Call Series on Justice in Liberation & Justice for Palestine will feature guest Mazin Qumsiyeh. Professor Qumsiyeh will speak on the topic of the interconnection ecology, environment, health and human rights. Professor Mazin Qumsiyeh teaches and does research at Bethlehem and Birzeit Universities. He is director of the main clinical cytogenetics laboratory and founder and director of the Palestine Museum of Natural History and Institute for Biodiversity Research at Bethlehem University in occupied Palestine.  Continue reading

Anti-War Actions

Greens participated in anti-war actions around the country on Saturday, April 14th.  In Oakland, The Green Party of Alameda County, as well as Greens from surrounding counties, marched from Lake Merritt to Oakland City Hall (aka Oscar Grant Plaza) on Sunday with beautiful banners & signs. They also tabled at the rally with a canopy, on top of which were attached banners for greater visibility.  Continue reading

Platform, Constitution Revision Process Under Way

The Green Party of Minnesota Platform can be revised every even-numbered year. The party’s Constitution can be amended each year. At the summer membership meeting on June 23, 2018, members will have the opportunity to decide on proposed changes to the Platform and the Constitution. Revision proposals for both documents will be accepted through May 8. Continue reading

New Orleans Greens need your help

Call Your Senator: HB 727 The New Orleans Chapter of the Green Party is asking for your support. We've joined a coalition of groups opposing HB 727. We urge you to join the resistance. Our allies at 350neworleans.org tell you how in this message: Continue reading

Lancaster Greens April Update

Hello Lancaster Greens and Supporters, Here are three actions you can take to build an a true alternative to the 2-party system. Continue reading

Green Party of Washington Spring Gathering Update

The Green Party of Washington held our annual Spring Gathering on Saturday, April 14th in Fife, WA. At our meeting, we heard reports from Green Party officeholders EJ Zita – Thurston County Port Commissioner, and Renata Rollins – Olympia City Councilmember. Live videos of Zita and Renata are posted on our Green Party FB page. Continue reading

Wisconsin Green Party Spring Gathering 2018

NOTICE: OUR SPRING GATHERING HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER AND LIKELY UNSAFE TRAVEL CONDITIONS. WE SINCERELY APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE. The Wisconsin Green Party will hold our 2018 Spring Gathering statewide membership meeting in Stevens Point on Saturday, April 14th. We encourage all Greens to attend and make your voice heard on important decisions for our party, including candidate endorsements in 2018 elections. With elections for state legislature, Congress, Governor and other state constitutional offices coming up this November, the Spring Gathering is the time when Wisconsin Greens can weigh in on endorsement decisions in these important races. Continue reading

Maribel Barajas Cortés

The Green Party of the United States National Women’s Caucus strongly condemned the murder of Partido Verde Ecologista de Mexico (PVEM) Candidate Maribel Barajas Cortés. “The Green Party's National Women’s Caucus would like to express our sincerest condolences to Maribel's family, friends, and also Partido Verde Ecologista de Mexico during these difficult times. We were shocked and in disbelief upon learning of her tragic and untimely death. Maribel was only 25 years old, but her bravery, leadership, and her accomplishments will remain a lasting legacy for many years to come,” said National Women’s Caucus co-chair Joy Davis. Continue reading

37% for Mayor, LA Green Record?

First, Congratulations to Morgan Moss of Rayville, Louisiana. He may have set a new bar for the Green Party in Louisiana. He received 37% of the vote in the mayoral race for his city. This might be the highest percentage of votes ever received by a candidate from our party. Who's next? Second, our April meeting is around the corner. Here are the details: Continue reading