People, Planet & Peace
The Massachusetts Affiliate of the Green Party of the United States

People, Planet & Peace Over Profits

The time is now to end Big Money and PAC influence in politics. Let's focus instead on the critical issues (income inequality, systemic racism, renewable energy, etc.) that have long been neglected by the current two-party system. It is up to the Green--Rainbow Party to provide dedicated and energetic candidates that are willing to take on these real issues and make change happen.

60% of Americans nationwide say that we need a third party and only 25% say that a two-party system suits their needs


State Candidate Kickoff Rally & Press Conference

Saturday April 28, 2018

11:30am-12:30pm: Park Square 1 Bank Row, Pittsfield, MA

2:30pm-3:30pm: El Mercado Holyoke, 413 Main Street, Holyoke​ 

May Day Rally & Press Conference

May 1, 2018

3:45pm: Press ConferenceT on the steps of the Boston State House

7:30pm: Volunteer Appreciation Party at Tent City Apartments, 130 Dartmouth St, Boston

If you've been collecting signatures for the GRP slate, the candidates would like to thank you in person!

Green-Rainbow Party State Convention

May 26, 2018

See the full agenda and register here


Meet the 2018 Candidates

These people promise to bring the Green-Rainbow Party values to their job every day. They'll fight for your interests and make sure local community needs are prioritized over corporate, PAC and lobbyist interests.

What We Stand For: The Four Pillars of the GRP Movement

Green parties recognize four fundamental principles or pillars which support our 10 key values: Ecological Wisdom, Democratic Governance, Social Justice, and Non-Violence

  • Ecological Wisdom - understanding that humans are part of nature, not separate from nature, and are limited by the resources of our communities and the planet--that everything is inter-connnected.
  • Grassroots Democracy - managing our common affairs with the participation of all in the community in accordance with the nature of each, while working to assure the effectiveness of our institutions and to build the capacity of each person to play appropriate roles in the community.
  • Social Justice and Equal Opportunity - working for a society in which all persons, regardless of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, age, nationality, religion, or physical or mental ability, will have the opportunity to benefit equally from the resources afforded us by society and the environment.
  • Non-violence - promoting non-violent methods to oppose policies and practices with which we disagree and seeking to eliminate weapons and behaviors which can cause destruction of life on Earth.

If you share these values, please join us!


Want to make a difference? There are so many ways to get involved:




Community Uplift Initiative

Imagine what Massachusetts could do if we invested a billion dollars in making our communities whole. We call it the Community Uplift Initiative. 

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