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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Green Party leaders reacted with shock and grief to the news that Muhiyyidin d’Baha, a Black Lives Matter activist, was gunned down in New Orleans on Tuesday, Feb. 6. Mr. d’Baha was co-chair of the Charleston Green Party in South Carolina. The Green Party of the United States expressed deep sympathy and condolences for Mr. d’Baha’s family and friends. Green Party of the United States http://www.gp.org @GreenPartyUS For Immediate Release: Friday, February 9, 2018 On Saturday at 10 a.m., friends will gather in Charleston’s Hampton Park at the Denmark Vesey Monument, where Mr. d’Baha often went for inspiration. A video remembrance has been postedRead More →

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Green Party of the United States, following the lead of the party’s Black Caucus, has endorsed U.S. House Resolution 40 — Commission to Study and Develop Reparations Proposals. The text of the Green Party resolution follows below. The resolution was passed by the party’s National Committee, in which all accredited state Green Parties and Green Caucuses are represented. The Green Party Black Caucus and the Green Party of the United States support reparations for Americans of African Descent that suffered the devastating damage and long-term effects and impacts of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, chattel slavery and de jure and defacto discrimination and segregation. SupportRead More →

Owen Charles March 17, 2018 I had the distinct pleasure and privilege of attending the Black Royalty African Heritage expo in Waterbury last week. This event brought in folks from surrounding areas of Connecticut and New York, and even the UK. My draw had been one of those performing- from the UK- Mutabaruka, a reggae icon now 65 years old.  A hero to me, having seen him in the late 80’s and early 90’s, I have long been a fan of his revolutionary brand of Dub Reggae and Dub Poetry. So I had been surprised to see that not only was he appearing in theRead More →

CLINTON — A massive industrial waste processing plant on Route 145 is moving ahead for approval in the Town of Clinton. Both the scale and the dangerousness of the materials that would be processed should concern every resident of Clinton, Westbrook, Madison, Essex, and surrounding towns. Although this project has been in a quiet phase for the last two years, it is up and moving again! It will be coming up for a public hearing before the Clinton Inland Wetlands Commission in the near future. The date of the public hearing will be on March 6. We are talking about a large and growing dumpRead More →

Congratulations to Hugh Birdsall. He is the newest member of the Clinton Tree Committee. He joins two other Green Party members who are officials in the Clinton town government: Eric (Charter Revision Commission), and Catherine Zamencnik (chairperson of the Conservation Commission).Read More →

OCCUPY THE MEDIA Shoreline Green Party’s video, OCCUPY THE MEDIA, from its series, “Workin’ Progress,” premiered at Hygienic’s XXXIX’s Screening Room, Friday, January 26th in New London, CT. The video addresses the need to disconnect from the corporate messaging of mainstream media and reconnect to true outlets for people’s media — both our own self-made, and some of the best of the larger progressive outlets such as The Intercept, Democracy Now!, TruthDig, RT ( — and programs on RT, such as “On Contact” with Chris Hedges, and “Redacted Tonight” with Lee Camp.)Read More →

The February meeting location has been moved to the Clinton Library (Henry Carter Hull Library). It will be held in the conference room upstairs. Sunday, February 18th @ 1 PM. We will be back at the Ivoryton Library again in March 2018. The Henry Carter Hull Library is located at 10 Killingworth Turnpike Clinton, CT 06413 For directions and other information about the library, check out their wonderful website @http://hchlibrary.org/Read More →

On Sunday, January 7, at 2 pm Madison citizens are invited learn about the risks of toxic, radioactive fracking wastes at a special presentation at Scranton Memorial Library, 801 Boston Post Road. The lecture will be given by Jen Siskind, Local Coordinator for Food & Water Watch. This event is free and open to the public. Over 200 Madison residents have signed a petition asking Madison officials to pass a local ordinance banning this waste. Shoreline Green Party members, in coordination with other civic, local and church groups are working on the initiative. If passed, Madison will become the 35th CT municipality to enact a localRead More →