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Greens to Meet – 2/23/1202.19.12

Title:   Greens to Meet
Date:   Thursday, February 23
Time:   7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Location:   Calvary Center for Culture and Community (CCCC)
Street:   801 South 48th Street (at Baltimore Ave. ) in West Philadelphia
City State Zip:   Phialdelphia, PA
Phone:   215-243-7103 and

Green Party Election of Officers
Green Party members will elect a new City Committee (leaders) of the Green Party of Philadelphia (GPOP). Nominations are open for the seven officers. Job descriptions may be found at under ‘Bylaws.’

Endorsement of Candidates for Public Office.
Green Party members will consider the endorsement of candidates for public office. Prospective candidates should contact GPOP prior to the meeting.
This meeting is open to the public with no admission charge. A free-will offering will be accepted. If you are not able to attend, please send your check or Money Order made payable to “GPOP” to: Green Party Treasurer, Belinda Davis, 331 East Gowen Avenue , Philadelphia , PA 19119 . You may also contribute via PayPal at



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Philadelphia City Commission Welcomes Green Party02.18.12

February 17, 2012

Philadelphia City Commission Welcomes Green Party

By Chris Robinson.

On February 3, representatives of the Green Party of Philadelphia (GPOP, City Committee were invited to meet with Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt. The meeting was very productive, and the Greens were impressed by the new openness they found in the City Commission.

Al Schmidt welcomed the Greens by saying, “I don’t think of the Republican Party in Philadelphia as the minority party, but as a minority party. We want the door to be open to all minor political parties.” (more…)

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Earned Sick Days in Philadelphia02.17.12

February 16, 2012

By Chris Robinson.


At Green Night Out on February 4, Eileen Appelbaum of the Center for Economic and Policy Research discussed “Paid Family Leave and Earned Sick Pay: What Activists Should Know.”

Appelbaum explained to the diners, “A surprisingly high two-out-of-five private sector workers, and four-out-of-five low-wage workers, have no paid sick days at all. That’s 210,000 Philadelphians who do not have a single paid sick day, and most workers who do have paid sick days can’t use them to care for a sick child.” (more…)

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Greens Bash Nutter on Crime Prevention02.06.12

Philadelphia Daily Record, Thursday, February 2, 2012, page 9

      On Jan. 26, Mayor Michael Nutter presented his new crime-fighting measures, which were widely reported.

      “As if to publicize the monophonic nature of the new plan,” said Green Party spokesman Chris Robinson, “Nutter was accompanied by Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey and DA Seth Williams, both of whom represent law enforcement.

      “The Green Party of Philadelphia[, GPOP,,] points to the fact Nutter’s new measures sound much like previous plans, with an emphasis on militarization of the anti-crime effort. The Mayor specifically called them ‘fighting measures,’ relying on an increase in new police, additional overtime for police, stricter enforcement of gun laws and new surveillance technology. Nutter also wants better coordination of federal, state and local police agencies.” (more…)

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