Vote Green and Stop the Machine!

Join the Green Party of Monroe County for a discussion with Nate Baldo and David Sperber from Jewish Voice for Peace on getting the City of Rochester to only do business with socially responsible companies.

Using Public Dollars for Social Change

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Thursday, June 14th, 7pm
Flying Squirrel Community Space
285 Clarissa Street
Rochester, NY 14608
Free & Open to the Public

Registered Greens will also be signing petitions to get our candidates on the ballot for this November.

Green Party Save the Dates

Tuesday, June 5th 
Petitioning begins to get on the ballot in NYS.  See below.

Thursday, June 14th 
GPoMC Monthly Meeting
Using Public Dollars for Social Change & Greens signing petitions.
Flying Squirrel (7-9pm)

Monday, June 25th
GPoMC Steering Committee Meeting
Flying Squirrel (7-9pm);

If you missed our monthly meeting on March 8th, Elizabeth Henderson's & Tonya Noel's talk on Food Justice was incredible.  The video of that conversation is below.  From that, we constructed a platform plank that you can see here.

As promised, from our monthly meeting on February 8th, a team of Greens and Green-minded people developed GPOMC's platform plank on Police Accountability.  Here's video from the February 8th monthly meeting.  Members of the Police Accountability Board Alliance discuss where we are in terms of Rochester getting a REAL PAB.

If you weren't able to make it to the January 11th meeting, Rohith Palli & Alice Carli from Campaign for New York Health were our guest speakers.  They went through just how we can get single payer health care in New York State.  It's closer than you think.  Take a look at their presentation from that meeting.

Did you miss our monthly meeting in December?  Here's video of the conversation we had on our community's overdose pandemic. 

We did it!  Lee Camp is booked to appear in Rochester on May 25th at Photo City Improv.  Get your tickets heLee_Camp_RT.jpegre.  He'll also be around after the show to sign copies of his book, Moment of Clarity.  Lee Camp is a political comedian who spearheads a weekly news show called Redacted Tonight.  He is no stranger to being an outsider to the mainstream - just like the Green Party.  In fact, he's been a staunch defender of third-parties and...oh yeah...did we mention that he's funny?  If you'd like to check out some of Redacted Tonight, here is the show's YouTube channel.  

But that's not all!  Opening for Lee will be Rochester's own Kelsey Claire Hagen!  She rocks, too!

Jill SteinOscar Wilde said that the only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about. Does that apply to Jill Stein, the oft talked about leader of the Green Party? Find out here!




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OR, you can come to our next Monthly Meeting on March 12th.  We'll have Voter Registration forms!


Green Party 10 Key Values

Grassroots Democracy   •  Social Justice And Equal Opportunity  •  Ecological Wisdom    Non-Violence  •  Decentralization  •  Community-Based Economics  •  Feminism And Gender Equity  •  Respect For Diversity  •   Personal And Global Responsibility  •  Future Focus And Sustainability 



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