Living Through Climate Crises:

Annual State Convention October First, 11: a.m. to 3 p.m. Present Problems and Future Solutions Green-Rainbow Party and Coalition Building  An old proverb states: "If you do not change direction, you are likely to end up where you are headed". At such a critical time of uncertainty, like-minded people, rooted in values of Peace and Justice must join together to change that direction.  At our annual meeting, the Green-Rainbow Party will develop strategies to lead the way. Continue reading

Is the NRC allowing for a "planned Fukushima" in Cape Cod Bay?

Since the Massachusetts legislature ended its session without opposing the planned discharge of "over a million gallons of radioactive water into Cape Cod Bay"  from the closed Pilgrim nuclear power plant and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission stands ready to approve the discharge, who can stop this heinous act? GRP members are following this issue and will report further in October "Green Voices"  Stay tuned.

Change the Slave Trader Name.

On August 10, protesters, led by New Democracy Coalition (NDC) head, Kevin Peterson, stood in front of Faneuil Hall to show the public how we continue to honor a slave trader on one of our iconic Boston buildings. Greens have strongly supported this effort.On August 10, protesters, led by New Democracy Coalition (NDC) head, Kevin Peterson, stood in front of Faneuil Hall to show the public how we continue to honor a slave trader on one of our iconic Boston buildings. Greens have strongly supported this effort. Continue reading

Truth & Transparency: Leading with Lavery

In a time when Berkshire County faces unparalleled challenges, the 3rd Berkshire District needs a tough, but fair representative. Michael Lavery, a seasoned public servant, has stepped up to bring new energy and concern for Western Mass's constituents to Beacon Hill. Continue reading

Winning Back our Party Status for 2022 and 2024

Getting our Party status back is no small feat. As Matthew Hoh has found in his senatorial race in North Carolina, where the state election commissioners, staffed by Democrats and Republicans, are bound and determined to keep "outsiders" (read third party or independent candidates) off "their" ballot. Continue reading