Challenging Empire Webinar with Jill Stein

Join Jill Stein, Ajamu Baraka, and Greens from across the country for a webinar on Wednesday, July 3, 2024, 6:30 p. m. MDT.  Register in advance on Zoom:

https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1mP9Qi3FQR2ZzXT8HkPaWw?_x_zm_rtaid=wqrNFjXgS4SSuCxFYIiiLQ.1718644929853.fec9353eeda47f6feeaa58eb49984ac7&_x_zm_rhtaid=187#/registration

Election concerns include abortion rights, increased use of fossil fuels, vicious attacks on immigrants, and the bipartisan dumping of Medicare-for-All. But what takes center stage is US encouragement of Israeli’s slaughter of Palestinians. Democrats are working overtime to keep the Green Party off the ballot so they can prevent a serious discussion of peace. Join us on July 3 to hear from Ajamu Baraka and state Green Party representatives from the West, South, Midwest and Northeast. Most of all, hear from Jill Stein regarding America’s increased entanglement in international violence. Remember: You can’t stop Never-ending Wars by voting for never-ending warriors.

Thank you, Susann

We are sad to report that Susann McCarthy, long-time Green and peace and water activist, passed away in January 2024.  Susann devoted many hours to the Green Party and was a delegate to the GPUS Presidential Nominating Convention in 2020.  Rest in pease, power, and paradise.

Say, “No!” to Fracking Water Rule Change

This week, May 13-17, 2024, is the public hearing on proposed rules changes for the allowable uses of produced water, i. e., the poisoned water from fracking operations, in New Mexico.  The Water Quality Control Commission is taking oral public comment during selected times.  Sign up to speak or submit written comments by e-mail:  pamela.jones@env.nm.gov.  You may also try 505-660-4305 to get information.  Location is New Mexico State Capitol, ¿Room 317 or Room 321? (different venues published by the state), 411 S. Capitol Street, Santa Fe.

Webcast:  https://nmed-oit.webex.com/nmed-oit/j.php?MTID=me5f46b2f4f68d125f91be833cebefe78
Meeting Number: 2632 974 3200, Password: 5VvVH678gmP
Telephone: +1-415-655-0001 US Toll, Access Code: 2632 974 3200

CONVENTION call-in, log-in INFO

2024 GPNM Annual Mtg/Conv
Saturday, May 4 · 14:00 – 16:00
Time zone: America/Denver

Dial-in number: (412) 924-7145
Access code: 684826

Instructions: At the scheduled date and time, dial in to the conference. When prompted, enter the access code followed by pound or hash (#). To join the video and screen sharing session, click the online meeting link.

Online meeting link: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/greenpartyofnm
Online meeting ID: greenpartyofnm

To join the video and screen sharing session, click the online meeting link.

GPNM 2024 Annual Convention & Meeting

The Green Party of New Mexico (GPNM) holds its 2024 Convention/Meeting on Saturday, May 4, 2024, 2:00 p. m. in the Community Room of the LaFarge Library, 1730 Llano Street, Santa Fe. Please contact GPNM at info@greenpartyofnm.org if you want to be an at-large delegate for the convention (must have been registered Green since April 4, 2024). Please contact GPNM if you are interested in running for public office in 2024 (must have been registered Green since January 29, 2024). A call-in, log-in option will be available. Contact to request information.

25 Years of WIPP

March 26, 1999 is the date that the first shipment of transuranic waste was delivered to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in southeastern New Mexico. Instead of beginning the closure of the pilot plant, the Department of Energy wants to keep it open and expand it over the coming decades.Learn more history and what is being done to stop the expansion of nuclear waste storage in New Mexico from these groups: Los Alamos Study Group, Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety, Stop Forever WIPP.

Webinars for the New Year

Green Party Webinar, DEGROWTH:  Improving Global Quality of Life With Less Production–Join this fascinating Green Party webinar on reducing unnecessary production to address global warming on Wednesday, January 4, 6:30 p. m. MSTRegister on Zoom.

Effective Citizen Advocacy–The League of Women Voters provides a webinar with tips for the upcoming legislative session.  Webinar is Saturday, January 6, 10:00 a. m. to noon on Zoom.  Register here.