The Green Party of Suffolk will hold its annual meeting on Saturday, November 12th, from . The location will be a private residence, located at 40A Tremont Avenue, Patchogue, New York. All registered Greens are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information about the Green Party, please contact Green Party of Suffolk Chair Roger […]
Toxic rust tide spreads across Peconic estuary. Associated with: climate change; high nitrogen levels; runoff. (excerpt from) Riverhead Local Toxic rust tide spreads across entire Peconic estuary, could be lethal to estuary’s fish, marine life Riverhead Local / by Katie Blasl/ Aug 23, 2016 A dangerous algal bloom has spread across the Peconic Bay and all […]
The fact is 80 events are already planned all over the country to watch Jill and her running mate, Ajamu Baraka, on the CNN town hall on prime-time debut. But we’re thinking big and shooting for 100 parties.
Long Island greens will meet to get inspired about the Jill Stein for President 2016 campaign. Jonathan Fluck, National Volunteer Coordinator, will attend. This event is a Green Party of Nassau meeting. Though, all are invited, and many Suffolk Green Party members plan to attend. This meeting is an excellent way to get connected, in-person, […]
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Ian will be reading poetry at the Welcome to Boog City festival on Sunday, August 7, 2016 at Unnameable Books, 600 Vanderbilt Ave., Prospect Heights, Brooklyn at 12:25pm
The Green Party: America’s Peace Party. Want to say that on a bumper sticker? You can, by stopping by our Cafe Press shop
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poets Jeffrey Watkins, Ian Wilder, and 2013 Suffolk County poet laureate Pramila Venkateswaran. for poetry readings at Riverhead Library
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Gordon has advocated to enforce “the right to vote” MalApportionment Penalty (MAP) clause in Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution (Amend. XIV§2), a clause that mandates proportional allocation of elected representatives based on the popular vote.
from Suffolk Closeup: Remembering Whitman by Karl Grossman Suffolk County Green Party activists Ian and Kimberly Wilder, lovers of poetry and nature, residents of Riverhead, have proposed making his birthday a national holiday. Said Ms. Wilder, a teacher, in an essay that is online (ontheWilderside.com): “Walt Whitman was born close to me in West Hills…For me […]
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