Bronx GREENS held a vigil at Union Square on 6/26/20 on the anniversary of the Incident In Oglala and for the plight of Native American political prisoner Leonard Peltier
We are the Bronx chapter of the Green Party of New York!
The Green Party is an electoral ballot-access political party
in New York state. It is also a values-based social movement.
These shared values are expressed as
foundational principals of unity:
We also sometimes express these values
in simplified form as the
* Grassroots Democracy
* Social Justice
* Ecological Wisdom
BCG is the political club and outreach action committee for the Bronx Green Party. We promote the Green Party and Eco-Socialist solutions to help our community. Join us in organizing neighborhood picnics, getting together for a protest march, or have letter-writing campaigns to change government policies. We welcome everyone to join the struggle to bring a better quality of life to our Bronx neighborhoods.
Become a member of the Green Party of New York today! If you are already a Green Party registered voter become a sustaining member on a sliding scale of the New York Greens, or give a one-time donation. The Green Party does not take any corporate money and is driven by volunteers. Keep the movement of the only ballot-line working-class Eco-Socialist alive. Thank you
Paul Gilman is a Bronx Green, Cannabis Activist, anti-Imperialist Activist. He participates in numerous Green issues campaigns - including Shut Down Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant, anti-Pesticides, and the Free Leonard Peltier Campaign - Historian and Artist. Paul has a Bachelor of Arts in History from CUNY Queens College Graduate of 2015.
Irene Diaz-Reyes is a Bronx Green, life-long activist and fighter for progressive issues.
Tom Siracuse is the chair if the Committee To Protect Rent Controlled Tenants, the Committee For Environmentally Sound Development, and the Veterans for Peace. He served two years in the Navy, and then, obtained a BA from the Univ. of Connecticut in l963, majoring in History and Spanish. He also served two years in the Peace Corps in Costa Rica from 1963-1965 and is an active member of the NYS Green Party and Manhattan Greens.