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Green Party of Virginia State Teleconference

Green Party of Virginia State Meeting (Teleconference)Sunday, February 10, 2019 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Information on how to join the meeting using either your telephone or computer with internet connection will be provided before the meeting. If using a computer, you will need access to broadband internet, a computer, speakers or headphones/earbuds, and a microphone to participate remotely. It is also possible to join using only your phone. This will be an online only meeting. Continue reading

Green Party Peace Action Committee Supports Withdrawal of U.S. Troops From Syria

Calls for Withdrawal of All Military Forces From the RegionThe Green Party Peace Action Committee (GPAX) supports the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria, consistent with its broader call to end all U.S. acts of military aggression, occupation and intervention in the internal affairs of all sovereign nations. Continue reading

Have a Green New Year

Rochester, NY – Now that the holidays are over and we're all getting back into the swing of things, it's time to continue the progress we've been making. January's monthly meeting gives us the opportunity to discuss what issues we should focus on and how those issues can help Green candidates running this year. Continue reading

President of Black Lives Matter Brooklyn enters into possible City Council Special Election Race

Brooklyn, NY – Advocate Anthony Beckford, has officially decided to explore running for the 45th City Council District, which may be vacated and up for Special Election if Councilman Jumaane Williams wins the upcoming Public Advocate Race on February 26th. Anthony has a proven track record in advocacy, legislation and safeguarding of resources for the community. Continue reading

January 2019 News from the Green Party of Washington

  Welcome to your new Green Party of Washington newsletter. We’re still working on an easy way for people to submit news for the Newsletter. For now you can send it to [email protected] Report from the Fall Gathering 2018 Continue reading

Fund the Government, Defend Migrants, No Trump Wall

The Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts calls for collective non-violent resistance at this critical time to prevent the deaths of more children at the US-Mexico border, stop funding for Trump’s border wall, and put our government back to work. Two children have died this month in the custody of CBP (Customs and Border Protection) at the US-Mexico border. Felipe Gómez Alonzo, age 8, and Jakelin Caal Maquín, age 7, were traveling with their fathers from Guatemala when they reached the border to request asylum.  Continue reading

MLK Birthday Celebration

St. Louis – Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. told us that "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." Today, the social disease of racism is not confined to anti-immigrant hatred in the US. It has infected country after country in Europe. Hostility toward indigenous people is spreading through Latin America. Even India is witnessing anti-dalit and anti-adivasi hatred. Let us not forget the African diaspora and modern antipathy toward Africa. How can we rebuff this depravity and build a world for all? Continue reading

Annual Reorganizational Meeting

Please come join the Green Party of Snohomish County as we restructure and prepare for 2019. There is still so much work ahead as we fight for National Improved Medicare for All, Election Integrity, Climate Justice and more. We will meet at 6:00 pm on Monday, January 7th, 2019 at the Everett Public Library, 2702 Hoyt Ave., Everett, Washington. Continue reading

Green Party of Louisiana announces it's 2019 convention

The New Orleans chapter of the Green Party of Louisiana is making a good-faith initiative to host a state convention on the 26th of January, 2019, at Loyola University, 114 Miller Hall, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please register on our website today. There's no fee, though we will "pass the hat" at the meeting in hopes of defraying expenses. Continue reading

City Council Candidate Sutliff-Atias Calls for Legislation to Stop Corruption in City Government

(Rochester, NY) -- Announced candidate for Rochester City Council, Dave Sutliff-Atias, posted on his website a proposal for legislation that would tie campaign contributions to the ability to do business with the City of Rochester. "At least two current elected officials in city government are being investigated by the Federal government," says Sutliff-Atias. "But there has always been the perception that business as usual at City Hall includes pay-to-play agreements between rich developers and elected officials. My proposed legislation would help change that." Continue reading