GP New Party Meeting

The Green Party New Party Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, June 25, 2:00 p. m., in the Community Meeting Room of the La Farge Library, 1730 Llano Street, Santa Fe.  We anticipate amending the Rules & Regulations and will consider candidates for public office in 2022.  If you wish to run for public office in 2022, contact by June 15.  Thank you.  The meeting is a statutory requirement to qualify for the ballot.

Call for a Real GREEN NEW DEAL

Seriously, call President Biden and Senator Schumer.

The EcoAction Committee wants you to call on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, or whenever you are able.

Call for a rapid transition away from fossil fuels and funding for mitigation of environmental harms to disproportionately affected communities.

Green Perspectives and Deep Dives

So much of news dissemination today is superficial and jingoistic. Take a look at two publications that explore and debate topics that gather headlines but are short on probing, intellectual analysis. Green Horizon Magazine was founded in 2003 and is still available in hard copy. Green Social Thought began as an on-line publication in 2015.

Shout Out to VFP-ABQ

Saludos to fellow peace activists, Veterans for Peace. Recall that we partnered with VFP-ABQ to present the forum marking the 20th anniversary of the UNM protests where the National Guard stabbed several protesters with bayonets. The local chapter meets the second Monday of the month. Meetings continue to be held on Zoom. Here is the information for the May meeting:

You are invited to a scheduled 2nd Monday Zoom meeting with Kathy Wan Povi Sánchez of TEWA Women United.

Time: May 9, 2022, 05:30 PM Mountain Time

Join Zoom Meeting

(Meeting ID: 860 9941 3780)

Or dial by your location
        +1 312 626 6799
Press # and enter meeting ID: 860 9941 3780

Chaco Canyon

The deadline is today(!) to send in public comments regarding the Chaco Culture National Historical Park Area Withdrawal

The Bureau of Land Management proposes to withdraw ~350,000 acres surrounding the site from extractive activities for the next 20 years. This is an effort to protect this World Heritage Site and also may help steer the path forward regarding sustainable energy development.

The direct e-mail address for comments is:

Nuclear Legacy

New Mexico has two national laboratories and a waste facility as part of the nuclear weapons program. The detonation of the first nuclear bomb at the Trinity Site left another nuclear legacy that does not get as much attention. The fallout from that blast contaminated air, land, and water–leaving malignant reminders for the generations of New Mexicans living in the Tularosa Basin.

The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) has never included the Tularosa Basin Downwinders. RECA is scheduled to expire July 10, 2022. PLEASE CONTACT FEDERAL OFFICIALS and let them know that you want RECA extended and expanded to cover downwinders and uranium and plutonium workers throughout the western states.



GPNM Annual Meeting/Convention, Sunday, April 10, 2:00 p. m. on line or by phone.

On-line:  (click Join button)
On-line ID:  greenpartyofnm

Call-in :  (412) 924-7145
Access Code:  684826

Chaco Canyon Drilling Protection Public Meeting, Friday, April 29, 8:00 a.m. to noon at the National Indian Programs Training Center, 1011 Indian School Road, NW Suite 254. Contact Sarah Scott at (505) 564-7689 or to register.

Food is Fundamental

A basic necessity. An expression of culture. A weapon of oppression?

We all need food for nourishment. Are food systems designed to produce nourishing food? Food is central to social gatherings and cultural celebrations. Do food systems foster diversity among producers? Hegemonic and corporate control of arable land and clean water put many populations at risk for food insecurity. Are food systems designed to concentrate control over resources?

Community supported agriculture (CSA) and food justice initiatives have been growing globally for years. Locally, The Source, in SE ABQ will hold a meeting about hosting a CSA on Sunday, March 20, at 4:30 p. m., 1111 Carlisle Blvd. SE. A potluck will follow. Other projects that have been active over the years in the metro area include Food Justice Initiative UNM and Feed the Hood.