ECOLOGICAL WISDOM & COMMUNITY-BASED ECONOMICS AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE What are your views with respect to cannabis and industrial hemp? Kentucky can use a robust industry for revenue generation. Industrial hemp – with it’s multiple uses, can serve to fund local infrastructure and state programs. Cannabis use, like the use with the lottery, can be a […]
SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Support the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival that culminates on June 23rd with a mass rally in Washington DC!
Welcome to the Green Party of Kentucky! We have recently updated our Web site and will be bringing you even more ways for you to voice your support for local, state and national issues of local economics, environmental wisdom and sustainability, and social justice and nonviolence. Also please visit: * FaceBook Kentucky Green Party * […]
The Kentucky GreenParty 2017 State Convention will take place on Saturday, 5 August from 1 PM until 4 PM on the Lrge Meeting Room of the Lexington Library, Beaumont Branch. This is a closed convention, that is, only those registered to vote as a Kentucky Green will be admitted. We will elect the Steering Committee […]
For minutes of the latest meeting (June 27) of the Steering Committee of the Kentucky Green Party, click here.
Kentucky Green Party members may submit items to be considered for Monday’s Steering Committee meeting at email@example.com. Remember per our bylaws: 5.4 The Steering Committee shall meet at its discretion, in person or by electronic means. Timely notice of Steering Committee meetings and meeting minutes shall be sent to all local groups, posted on […]
Want to be able to vote Green Party for President this November? In order to do that, we need thousands of signatures on petition sheets. Signers need to be registered Kentucky voters – of any party or independent. Freely give out the link to register online https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/ovrweb/. Anyone can gather signatures! Here’s what you do: Download and print […]
Despite the draw of the Bernie Sanders Rally downtown, a group of us managed to meet and chat at Good Foods Co-op. Topics discussed included whether to be issue driven or local election driven in our efforts and when and how to caucus.
The Kentucky Green Party speaks out today against the improper glorification of the Confederacy in our Union Commonwealth.