Green Party Joins Thousands of New Yorkers to Ban Fracking Rally

Greens Say it is time to Criminalize Fracking, Invest in Clean Energy and Divest from Fossil Fuels(Albany, NY) Three years Continue reading

Join the Greens on June 17 in Albany to Say "No" to Fracking!

Will you stand up and end the threat of fracking in NY State, once and for all? Not a moratorium, Continue reading

State Committee Meeting, Left Forum Discounts, and May Events

GPNY State Committee Meeting On May 18, Deadline to Submit Agenda Items to the Secretary is May 3 Continue reading

E-News: Fight Drones In Syracuse, Stein Announces National Green Shadow Cabinet

Resisting Drones, Global War & Empire: 4/26-4/28 Syracuse NYCome to Syracuse this weekend to participate in three days of networking, movement building and resistance! Continue reading

Public Campaign Finance: Full or Partial?

The question before progressive advocates of public campaign financing in New York State is whether we push for full public Continue reading

Ursula Rozum: Gun control hijacked by gun makers

Ursula serves on the GPNYS executive committee. She is a community columnist with syracuse.com. The article, along with video of Continue reading

Green Party: State Politicians Embrace Show Me the Money Mentality

Need Full Public Campaign Financing, Not NYC ModelTime to End Allowing Candidates to Run on ballot lines of other PartiesThe Continue reading

Marijuana: Legalize, Not Trivialize it, Cuomo Needs to Stop Blowing Smoke

Thursday, March 28 - The Green Party calls for NYS Legislature to legalize the use of marijuana.  The Green Party dismissed Governor Continue reading

Send Us Your Feb 17 #ForwardOnClimate Photos!

On Sunday, February 17, Greens from New York State and around the country rallied for climate justice, a Green New Continue reading

Message From Jill Stein Remembering the True Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

This speech was delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on April 4, 1967, at a meeting of Clergy and Laity Concerned at Riverside Church in New York City. The speech was delivered one year to the day before his assassination, and it signaled a change in approach toward what King only weeks earlier had called the "triple evils of racism, extreme materialism and militarism."We have reposted this text from the archives of the Black Radical Congress, and encourage you to forward it repost it yourself. Continue reading