A young student in Ohio recently contacted us to let us know that she found our website, shorelinegreenparty.org, helpful for a social studies project on government and politics that she was working on. She found both useful links and some great information for her project. In turn, she recommends the website below for students who may want more information how our government works. “Guide to the US Government Branches”- https://onlinemasters.ohio.edu/masters-public-administration/kids-guide-to-the-united-states-government/ Thanks, Cassandra, for your recommendation! — All of us with the Shoreline Green Party are heartened by your involvement. Keep up the good work. . . . and if you’re ever on the CT Shoreline, stop in for oneRead 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 →

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 →