Become a Force for Change!
The Nevada Green Party is looking for members to fill vital roles in the Green Party of the United States’ National Caucuses and Committees. With dozens of choices, there’s bound to be a place where you can help guide the direction of the Green Party! Want to find out more? Visit nvgreenparty.org Continue reading
Real Zero Carbon Emissions vs. Net Zero: The Difference Means Everything
The EcoAction Committee of the Green Party of the United States held a webinar on why it supports the goal of Real Zero Greenhouse gas Emissions rather than Net Zero on Wednesday, December 15, 2021. Featured speakers were David Schwartzman and Mike Ewall. David Schwartzman, a member of the DC Statehood Green Party, is a professor emeritus of biology at Howard University and the author of Life, Temperature, and the Earth. David and his older son Peter Schwartzman (Mayor of Galesburg IL, member of the Illinois Green Party) just had their paper published "Can the 1.5 °C warming target be met in a global transition to 100% renewable energy?" Their book website is theearthisnotforsale.org. Continue reading
Join the Mountain Party
The Working People's Party The Mountain Party consists of people from all backgrounds in the wild and wonderful state of West of Virginia. We are a party of workers and their families. We support a progressive agenda- with a backbone! We want a fair economy in West Virginia that truly protects life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. NOT a crooked economy built on environmental destruction, exploitation of the poor, and unchecked corporate welfare. Continue reading
Green Party Co-Chair Ahmed Eltouny on COP26, capitalism and COVID
PressTV interviews Green Party National Co-Chair Ahmed Eltouny on how capitalism necessitates failure on two of the biggest crises of our time: the climate catastrophe and the COVID-19 pandemic Continue reading
Ecological Wisdom begins with Indigenous Wisdom!
The EcoAction Committee of the Green Party of the United States held an online webinar on Indigenous People’s Day on Monday, Oct. 11. Ecological Wisdom begins with Indigenous Wisdom! Continue reading
Climate Change with Mayor of Galesburg Peter Schwartzman
Illinois Green Party Series #22 Calvin and David sit down with Mayor of Galesburg, Peter Schwartzman to catch up since our first interview back in April '21 and to talk specifically about Climate Change on the local and national levels.
US economic sanctions against Cuba
Cuba Q & A with Henry Lowendorf Part of an ongoing series of discussions with Justin Paglino, Green for Congress We discuss the long history of US economic sanctions against Cuba, which started in 1960. The historical context, the precipitating events, annual condemnation of the sanctions by the UN, and current efforts to end them. Continue reading
Biden's Wars: The First 100 Days
This webinar will review the state of America’s widespread warfare at the start of the Biden administration. Like Obama, Biden was elected promising an end to the military campaigns initiated by the Bush/Cheney administration but, like Obama, he is sustaining these conflicts while making political gestures aimed at convincing the public that he is pursuing a more peaceful foreign policy. This discussion will cover both the overt armed conflicts in which America remains engaged and the clandestine, economic, and propaganda warfare which remain key components of US policy. Continue reading
EcoAction for Candidates
On August 24, 2021, the EcoAction Committee of the Green Party hosted a webinar about about ways Green Party candidates can raise ecological issues such as the Green New Deal, clean air and water, public power, sustainability, and more in your elections. Learn about some campaign resources presently available and help identify needs for new ones. Continue reading
Palestine Experiences and Community Organizing
Illinois Green Party Series #14 Illinois Green Party Series: Palestine Experiences and Community Organizing with Guest Charla Burnett. Join Calvin and David as we talk with our guest about their experience in Palestine, their community organizing, and views on the democratization of technology. Continue reading