Green Party US declares solidarity with Russians who oppose the invasion, often at great personal cost, and joins peace activists in Russia, Ukraine and around the world in demanding a negotiated solution.
Sunday, April 10, 2:00 p. m. MDT on FreeConferenceCall.com. Contact GPNM if you want to run for office. If you wish to seek public office you must send a declaration to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 3.
Read the 30-day notification for more information.
Public comment on the draft restoration plan closes March 2, 5:00 p. m. Read the draft plan here. Comments can be emailed to email@example.com with subject line “Draft Restoration Plan for the Gold King Mine Release” or mailed to Michelle Hunter, New Mexico Office of Natural Resources Trustee, 121 Tijeras Avenue NE, Suite 1000, Albuquerque, NM, 87102
Sunday, April 10, 2022, 2:00 p. m. on freeconferencecall.com. Join on line at https://join.freeconferencecall.com/greenpartyofnm or call in to the meeting at (412) 924-7145, access code 684826
Officer Elections, Ballot Petition Update, Consideration of Candidates for Public Office, Discussion of Rules & Regulations, Other Business, and Announcements.
This video illustrates the importance of the Four Pillars.
Global Young Greens Congress–For Greens under 35, the on-line congress runs from January 14-16. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Greens Virtual Conference–Connecting for Green Action, February 5, 2022. See the Event Schedule and register at https://whova.com/web/hefog_202105/. It’s FREE! If you are an experienced facilitator of on-line events, there may be volunteer opportunities. Express your interest to email@example.com.
Watch this important webinar from the GPUS EcoAction Committee
Post-census redistricting has begun. There is a somewhat hierarchical list of requirements for good redistricting: population balance (one person, one vote), protection and representation of under-represented and oppressed groups, district contiguity and compactness, party and incumbent neutrality, and representation for communities of interest. A former, long-time state representative once said that politics is about the division or distribution of resources. Basically, who gets what and how much. It is important for the breadth of diversity of a state, county, or city to be represented in the decision makers. With these concepts in mind, a coalition of groups led by Fair Districts New Mexico support the adoption of redistricting maps from the sets of maps adopted by the Citizen Redistricting Committee. We strongly encourage you to write letters to the editor of your local newspapers, print and electronic, and to contact your legislators directly to encourage adoption of one of the CRC maps for Congress, State Senate, State House, and Public Education Commission. The Special Session for redistricting begins December 6, 2021.