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THE FUTURE WILL BE GREEN
Whether humans will be in it, or not, is up to us.
We're all in this together.

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We shall overcome!!
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Steering Committee Meetings

7:00 pm, First Monday of each Month

Central Market (Outside Balcony)

3815 Westheimer Rd, Houston 77027

Next General Monthly Meeting

THURSDAY, May 23rd 2019

THE SMITH LIBRARY
  3624 Scott Street (across from UH stadium)

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The HCGP Also Stands...

...for Peace

We actively promote peace, through one of our key values, Non-Violence. We seek peaceful resolution to conflict, whether it be on an individual level or an international one. The US must end overseas military actions, which are carried out on behalf of corporate interests, and end domestic oppression by militarized police. History shows that violence only returns violence. The Green Party encourages its members to promote peace and provide the leadership to bring it into being. 

...for the People

We work for social and economic justice, with equal and enhanced opportunity for all. We demand an end to policies that produce vast disparities of income and wealth. We insist on full and equal civil rights for US citizens and immigrants of all ethnicities, ages, orientations, and any other attribute that has been used to divide us.  

...for the Planet

The Green Movement is most commonly associated with its key value of Ecological Wisdom. We pursue an end to "extremist" policies toward a livable planet for centuries to come, for human beings and all earth's creatures. The world's dependence on fossil fuels must end in order for the global climate to avoid catastrophic warming. Nuclear energy carries excessive risk; the mining, refining, and disposal of uranium is just as dirty and deadly as fossil fuel extraction. Solar and wind power, though not perfect options, represent our best current path to sustaining civilization.

...for Democracy

We not only recognize the flaws in our governmental and electoral systems; we also propose solutions. Democracy requires an informed citizenry and a degree of self-determination: Exert popular pressure on media outlets to expand the range of discussion beyond the two corporate parties that half of US voters have rejected. Demand that state governments stop inhibiting voting and voter registration, and restore the federal Voting Rights Act to full strength. Get Big-Money influence out of our elections. Governments at all levels should embrace some form of Instant Runoff Voting, which guarantees that winners have the approval of a majority of voters.


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  • Daniel Madison
    commented 2019-01-06 17:46:23 -0600
    I truly like the platform items listed above and agree with each one. However, does anyone in the Green Party know who, what, when, where, why and how America lost its Democracy and became an Oligarchy dedicated to serving the rich and powerful instead of the common ordinary citizens of Texas and America? There was a major confluence of historical events that destroyed America’s democracy and caused the rise of the overwhelmingly powerful proponents of the wealthiest Americans and thus officially initiated the Oligarchical form of government America exists under today. Unless and until citizens understand those 5 ’W’s’ along with the How, then no Party or group of citizens will be able to formulate a coherent plan to resurrect the long dead and un-mourned American Democracy. I know these answers and can identify the historical events that legalized the death of our American Democracy. Do you know the answers? Can you identify/answer the 5 W’s?
  • James Partsch-Galvan
    commented 2017-12-06 22:28:21 -0600