Saturday night: Party w/ Kshama Sawant, Stanley Aronowitz, Howie Hawkins and Brian Jones after the Left Forum in NYC! • 05.30.14
Saturday night, join the Hawkins campaign and the Greens at a very special Left Forum after-party that will bring together the fiercest political figures on the U.S. left, including Seattle socialist City Council member Kshama Sawant, Left Forum organizer and former Green gubernatorial candidate Stanley Aronowitz and of course, Howie Hawkins and Brian Jones! And hopefully you!
Don’t miss this party!
From 7:30 to 10pm, at Perdition Bar NYC (692 10th Avenue, between 48th and 49th St) there’ll be adult beverages, yummy bar finger foods, campaign swag, and fiery speeches. And, best of all, we’ll celebrate our movement and organizing work that is mounting a vigorous challenge to the two-party system of corporate rule and fighting for the rights of people and planet. Admission is sliding scale $15-100 and benefits the Hawkins/Jones campaign. RSVP here and please help spread the word via Facebook.
We are also still looking for Left Forum attendees willing to volunteer with the Green Party and the Hawkins campaign on Saturday and Sunday. Just reply to this email if you can help out leafleting about the Hawkins/Jones campaign, staffing our table and inviting conference attendees to our Left Forum after-party.
Greens are participating in 16 different Left Forum panels. Check out the schedule and make a plan to join the Hawkins/Jones campaign this weekend. Hope to see you Saturday night!
Howie Hawkins Volunteer Orientation • 05.13.14
Warm weather has arrived at long last! The best part is all the street fairs, farmers markets, and events where we get to talk with voters! This year Gov. Cuomo is running for reelection and it’s a great time for Greens and allies to reach out to voters discontented with Cuomo’s corrupt, union-bashing, austerity-budgeting administration.
Gather with seasoned Green Party volunteers to learn about volunteering opportunities to help out the Hawkins campaign, including attending events, writing letters, making calls, and more. We meet at the public atrium at 60 Wall Street (just above the Wall Street 2/3 subway station) at 7 PM on Wednesday, May 21.