Knoxville Green Party Meetings:
The Green Party of Knox County regularly meets the second Monday of every month from 6:30 - 8:00PM at Barley's in the Old City. Public welcome!!
Democratic Socialists Meeting
The DSA meets the first Monday of every month from 5:30-7:00PM at the Bearden Branch Library's meeting room.
The Platypus Group is a weekly reading/discussion group meeting on campus focused on the problems and possibilities historically inherited by the political Left. Every Thursday 7-9 pm at the Hodges library of the University of Tennessee Knoxville, room 235P on main floor. Website: www.playtpus1917.org
Keep up with what's happening at the Birdhouse Community Center in Knoxville. They have all sorts of creative and political groups & classes!
- Workdays have been moved from Saturdays to Sundays.
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Events From The Nashville Peace & Justice Center
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Field Coordinator for East TN
Voting Precinct Coordinator for Davidson County (24-1)
For the Memphis Area:
Field Coordinator - Ed Griffith
Brad Hedge - contact directly to have announcements posted
- Platform -
Isa & the Left Open crew are Green Party members that follow the Green Party's progressive platform which includes universal health care and education through the undergraduate college level. Of course, the "green" in the Green Party is a strong, progressive stance against pollution and other corporate malfeasance.
We strongly support grass roots democracy and oppose the current corporatocracy threatening world freedom today. Click here for more details.
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- Elder Wisdom -
Many elders in the fifties taught that each of us was responsible for reporting any hardship, lack or trouble to the tribe.Each was responsible then in finding solutions to the problem. That was why all could call council, all could speak for self or if necessary for those who could not speak. If you don't have a council, create one. If you don't see problems that need help your not looking. Even if the problems are yours ask for help. Remember a council may not be able to solve every problem. However many minds can suggest many solutions.
Big Tree 9/17/2016