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.Read more
DEERFIELD, MA – Welcome to the inaugural issue of The Voice of Massachusetts Greens. We will share the thoughts and activities of our state and local party activists and allies. Join with us in our quest to support gravely endangered People, Planet and Peace. Every voice counts.
The Democratic Party Pursues a Purge of the Green Party from the BallotRead more
WARRENVILLE, IL – The Illinois Green Party will be calling on greater public and local control of energy and polluter industries. We will also support cross-sectional issues such as living wages for essential workers and a comprehensive economic plan that addresses unemployment, enacts a national healthcare service, and puts people to work in jobs that will combat both climate catastrophe and living standard insecurity.Read more
Join us on the Journey and Welcome Home on Earth Day
The Green Party of California invites you to join us in a journey from Justice Day to Earth Day.
What's the connection?
Our country was shaken by the brutal murder of George Floyd in May of 2020. This week on April 19th the jury in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the police officer who knelt on the neck of George Floyd for 9 minutes and 29 seconds, found Chauvin guilty of all three charges of murder and manslaughter.Read more
WARRENVILLE, IL – Illinois Green Party (ILGP) members are helping to organize events from Earth Day to May Day to highlight the urgent need for climate change, and to make the connection to the need for overall system change including environmental justice, labor rights and grassroots democracy.
The Greens, who started calling for an ecosocialist Green New Deal in the U.S. in 2010, recently called for Congress to pass a $4.1 trillion a year (for 10 years) green economic stimulus to create 30 million jobs and accelerate the transition to 100% renewable energy from all sources by 2030. Biden is reportedly considering a one-time, $3 trillion green infrastructure stimulus, though only about $400 billion for direct climate measures.Read more
Local leaders are needed for massive community organizing project
WARRENVILLE, IL – Are you ready to be the change? The Illinois Green Party has a massive community organizing project and we need your help! Since the project entails empowering local community groups, lots of leaders are needed. Sign-up to learn more or join a group at www.ilgp.org.
Green Party Series, Livestreams every Monday at 8:00 p.m. CST. The April 12th guest is Peter Schwartzman, mayor-elect of Galesburg, Illinois Green Party member, and 1st Green mayor in Illinois!Read more
Minneapolis City Council member Cam Gordon hosted a Ward 2 forum Green New Deal For Minneapolis this past week. The event included guest speakers Patrick Hanlon, Timothy DenHerder-Thomas, Alice Madden, Nina Axelson, Isaac Smith, Stacy Miller, and Charles Frempong-Longdon. To watch the forum, please visit Green New Deal For Minneapolis.Read more
No Spray Webinar
"Removing Pesticides From our Public Spaces" will feature a Green Party of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area (GPAMA) panelist relating our effort to end the use of glyphosate on county-administered properties in Bernalillo County. Join this national webinar on Zoom on Thursday, April 8, at 6:00 p.m. Mountain Time. Register in advance.Read more
Campaign Finance Reform - PROGRESS but we need your input now!
CORVALLIS, OR – YES! House bill 3343 is getting a lot of traction - it is getting a hearing March 30, 1:00pm - we need to send testimony before the hearing and up to 24 hours after.
HB 3343 is getting a lot of attention but it is an uphill battle: moneyed interests, including unions (yes, they are being a bit shortsighted) want to keep the money flowing to influence elections and legislation.Read more