3pm Sun Sep 22, Kern Park, 3614 N Humboldt Blvd, 53212 See https://zq3q.org/z/9oj
As the world strikes against the climate crisis, people are looking for a solution that protects life on the planet without destroying the living standards of working people — A Green New Deal!
The Greater Milwaukee Green Party invites you to hear a panel of Greens and other activists discuss the meaning of the Green New Deal, and what we need to do to get it.
Sunday’s panel includes –
Mike McCallister – MC
George Martin – Greater Milwaukee Green Party
Milwaukee City/County Joint Task Force on Climate and Economic Equity – representing NAACP
Carter Reitman – Ecosocialist Working Group of the Democratic Socialists of America.
Free and open to the public. Donations encouraged – bring your checkbook.
Pls post these flyers to promote the event.
The 2019 Annual National Meeting of the Green Party of the United States will be held on the campus of Salem State University in historic Salem, Massachusetts.
The meeting will occur on the Central Campus beginning on Thursday, July 25 and ends on Sunday, July 28.
It’s an exciting time to network with other Greens from across the nation and learn more about fighting to put people, peace, and planet over profit!
To find out more and to register, please follow this link.
Green & Growing!
Join Greater Milwaukee Green Party in canvassing for Adam Kassulke for a seat
on the Greenfield School Board!
When: Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 12:00 PM
Where: Briarwick Apartments, 9050 W Waterford Sq S, Greenfield, Wisconsin
The Green Party’s Annual National Meeting for 2019 is scheduled for July 25-28, 2019 in the beautiful, historic coastal city of Salem, Massachusetts.
There will be opportunities for organizing, networking, workshops, and events including:
- Thursday Special Opening Event
- Plenary sessions
- Networking opportunities
- Caucus and committee meetings
- Keynote speakers
- Anti-oppression training
- And, much more…
For more information, click on this link.
As the time draws nearer, Greater Milwaukee Green Party will be discussing transportation options (anyone up for a road trip?) and sharing further details.
For now, mark your calendar and consider attending!
We are Green & Growing!
By Co-Chair Barbara Dahlgren
Tonight (Friday, October 19th) the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association (WBA) held a debate for the gubernatorial candidates, but they had no intention of including any of the other candidates who are on the ballot. All candidates filled out the appropriate paperwork and collected at least 2,000 signatures to legitimize their campaigns for ballot access; yet, the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association believes attaching a dollar amount and corporate poll numbers (which often don’t include parties and candidates besides the Democratic and Republican candidates) are better deciding factors than the Constitution and the judgement of Wisconsinites to determine who they want to lead Wisconsin.
The Green Party and Dr. White’s gubernatorial campaign object to the WBA’s undemocratic omissions of candidates. The American tradition of debates should not be a private affair. Debates should be public events where all candidates can present their ideas in equal time to the public.
Original post from mwhite4gov (Candidate Forum).
There is a forum this afternoon at Edgewood High School, in the Krantz Center (2219 Monroe St, Madison, WI 53711), at 4:00 pm. If you are in the area or love to drive, stop by to give support to Michael White and listen to the wonderful discussion the candidates have.
If this is anything like the previous forum, it will be a calm, pleasant, and enjoyable discussion among the candidates.
Four Wisconsin Governor candidates gathered for a forum in Madison Thursday night:
- Maggie Turnbull (Independent)
- Phillip Anderson (Libertarian Party)
- Michael White (Green Party)
- Arnie Enz (Wisconsin party)
The numbers were small, but it made for wonderful discussion with each candidate on a more personal level.
The panel itself was calm, humorous, and informative. Of course, few minutes were allowed for each candidate to answer a question, but with no mud-slinging, great points and perspectives were made. In fact, it allowed a sharing of information and solutions for each person and candidate to learn from.
If anything should be taken from this forum, it’s the proof that a constructive discussion (not a debate) can allow us to cross parties, work together, learn from each other, and make informed and appropriate decisions that are better for everyone.
Check out the live-streamed forum:
More forums are being planned for the next months until the November election. Don’t forget to check back here for updates.
Join the People’s Climate March on September 8th at Zeidler Union Square, 301 W Michigan St, Milwaukee, WI 53203 Best link for RSVP.
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