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progressive democrats, if you are going to "borrow" the Green New Deal why don't you also borrow the idea of reduci……

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now that nominal Obama Sec. of Education Arne Duncan (Bill Gates really ran the DOE but w/e) has come out in opposi……

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Those numbers wouldn't be far off if voters think bombing is "foreign aid."…

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Drum roll, please! Introducing our SF Public Bank PSA!

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In the middle of a storm, SFPD is confiscating homeless neighbor’s tents despite the fact that waitlists for shelte……

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Some food for thought from our Green European friends on a Green way forward on #globalization. @GreenEUJournal…

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I guess I missed the journalism school class on “Slobbering 101: When to buy 25,000 roses for a politician you oste……

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At FOG for @SFGreenParty party, somewhere in the crowd is our new Mayor. #SFMayor2019

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Reminder that our Green post-holiday party is this afternoon, 1/12, 4-6 pm:…

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Once you all give up on trying to transform the Dems into something they're not, you're welcome to help us build a……

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To become a member of the Green Party, you can register online from any county in California.  As of September 2012, everything can be done securely online without mailing in any paper!


The Green Party is an independent party based on Ten Key Values, one of which is "future focus."  America can't be turned into a multi-party democracy overnight. But it's a necessary reform towards solving the real problems we face.


Unlike all other political parties in the US, all our policies and endorsements are decided by our grassroots activists, not from the top down by elected officials.  In the SF Green Party, anybody who spends an afternoon registering Greens at a street fair has a direct and equal voice in our decisions.  It's easy to get involved and make a difference!


If you'd like to become more active in the party, just look for volunteer opportunities at events on our calendar.  Some other events, and all our meetings, are announced our newsletter.  You can find the latest one in our newsletter archives if you don't subscribe.  Stop in at a meeting and meet us--all our meetings are open to the public, and new members are welcome!  We meet on the 4th Wednesdays of every month from 7-9 pm at our new office in the Redstone Building, (usually room 301, sometimes in a larger room--we post signs downstairs near the door of the building).  The Redstone Building is at 2940 16th Street, between the 16th St BART station and South Van Ness.