BGP Book Club Coming in January of 2022

The Baltimore City Green Party (BGP) will be starting a book club in 2022 focused on understanding the way apartheid institutions have been built in Baltimore and beyond, and how to begin to implement racial justice solutions that repair that damage. Continue reading

BGP to Offer Candidate Training in 2022

Starting in January 2022, the Baltimore City Green Party will offer a series of campaign training workshops for Green candidates and volunteers. Although the focus will be on Baltimore City, we will also invite candidates and volunteers from across the state of Maryland and throughout the country.  Continue reading

New BGP Steering Committee Elected.

The Baltimore City Green Party held an election for the new Steering Committee and the results are in! Continue reading

Meet BGP Steering Committee Candidates

On Oct. 3, 2021, at 5 p.m., the Baltimore City Green Party (BGP) will hold a meeting to introduce the 2021 candidates for the Steering Committee.   Continue reading

2021 BGP Officer Elections

We are coming up on our quarterly General Membership Meeting on Sept. 12, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. This meeting is significant because it is the final day that nominations for the new Steering Committee may be made. Continue reading

Spring 2021 Membership Meeting

Join us for our Quarterly Membership Meeting on Sunday, April 11, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. All members and prospective members are welcome! Continue reading

Take Action for Transit Equity!

Take action for transit equity today! Tell your legislators in Annapolis to support the Transportation Equity Analysis and Assurances Act of 2021 (HB1204). Continue reading

Congrats Team Franca, The Work Continues!

The struggle continues! ¡La lucha sigue! #ForThePeople #Porlagente Much love, deep respect, and unconditional solidarity with everyone who gave their all in this historic fight, which yielded so many victories short of winning. Continue reading

DPW for the People

Baltimore Deserves a Department of Public Works that Works for the People The recent announcement by the Baltimore City Department of Public Works that curbside recycling collection would be suspended until at least November is a sad reflection on the priorities of the Baltimore City Government. This comes on top of recent decisions to cut rat abatement and dumping enforcement.The Baltimore City Police receive over $500,000,000 per year and the Department of Public Works are being forced by Mayor Young to choose between collecting trash and collecting recycling. Continue reading

Get Your Red and Blue Knees off Our Necks

Get Your Red and Blue Knees off Our Necks Continue reading