Get Your Red and Blue Knees off Our Necks

Get Your Red and Blue Knees off Our Necks Continue reading

Letter Requesting Action: Water Affordability & COVID-19

Signed on by the Baltimore City Green Party, the following letter has officially been sent to the Mayor, City Council, and their key staff, requesting water affordability support during the COVID-19 pandemic: Continue reading

Greens in the News! Winter 2020

Baltimore Greens have been making the news for our grassroots organizing on local, state, and international solidarity campaigns! Continue reading

Baltimore Greens Meeting - Sunday February 2nd

  The central committee of the Baltimore City Green Party will hold a local meeting, open to the general public. Continue reading

20th Anniversary: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade

The Baltimore City Green Party is participating the 20th Anniversary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade which takes place on Monday, January 20, 2020 at Noon. Continue reading

End All Appointments

On December 18, 2019, it was reported by the Baltimore Sun that Delegate Cheryl Glenn is resigning from her seat held in the 45th District. Resignations are a regular occurrence in our City. Unfortunately, the voters will not have a say in who completes the years remaining in Glenn's term. Continue reading

Statement of Support for the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU)

As supporters of unionism and of public mass transit systems, the Baltimore City / Maryland Green Party offers support and solidarity for the members of Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) in their strikes against the multi-national corporation, TravsDev, which claims to be “the largest private sector operator of multiple modes of transit in North America,” and boasts that it employs more than 20,000 workers “across our North American operations.” Continue reading

Stand Up, Fight Back, and Channel Outrage to Action

7/28/19   Stand Up, Fight Back, and Channel Outrage to Action   Last week, after three mistrials, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby succeeded in winning the unjust conviction of Keith Davis Jr. on fabricated charges. Only one day later, Donald Trump issued his abusive, racist tirade against our city. We are as outraged by the conviction of Davis as we are by Trump’s hate-mongering barrage of insults. But outrage is not enough. It is past time to channel our anger into building new political structures capable of empowering Baltimoreans over individuals and institutions that have mislead our city for decades. Fighting back against a corrupt criminal justice system and the overt racism directed at our city requires fighting back against the structural racism that is embedded across Baltimore’s social and political life.  Continue reading

Working Meeting on Sunday 7/21

Our monthly working meeting will be on Sunday 7/21 from 4-6 p.m. on the 12th floor of the University of Baltimore Law Building (1401 N. Charles St.).  We will meet at the tables just outside of the elevator lobby.  Working meetings are a great opportunity to work on your BGP tasks with other fellow Greens.

Change the Game in 2020-Run as a Green

When Bernard “Jack” Young took over as Baltimore City mayor after Catherine Pugh resigned in scandal he assured voters that he was not seeking the office in 2020. News is now circulating suggesting that Young will indeed seek the nomination, and that he is currently lining up funders behind a run. It seems as if Young runs his goal will be to use his sizable war chest in order to chase most potential challengers out of the race, leaving voters in the primary election with as few choices as possible.    Whether or not Young runs for a position he promised not to seek, the 2020 election is looking like the Baltimore Democratic Party establishment will offer voters much of the same old thing, well funded lifetime politicians who have been in charge for a long time, who have the power and influence to get other politicians behind them.    The Baltimore City Green Party does not think that the city can afford more of the same and encourages residents who believe that it is time to change the game to consider seeking office for 2020. We believe in Racial, Economic and Environmental justice and are guided by 10 key values that we think make a better Baltimore and Beyond. If you are interested in changing the game and giving power back to the people of Baltimore take a look at our nomination process and get in touch today!