GPSEA Reset Meeting – March 17 at 6-7 PM
Virtual Zoom meeting
Meeting ID: 971 5100 7435
Agenda: Facilitated Discussion
ByLaws and basic operational documents. Seattle Greens reset. Brief comparison of the Ecosocialist Green New Deal and that proposed by the Progressive Democrats.
Treasurer Report: Fair and equitable financing of a political party in Seattle?
Seattle City Hall/City Council Updates: Continuing support and Green/Red alignment with Councilmember Kshama Sawant. Rent Control/No Evictions, No Utility Shut-Offs. Protections for Seattle teachers who are working without a contract at this time. Public transit. Support for all front line workers during the Pandemic.
Campaign Support: Nikkita Oliver is running for Seattle City Council Position 9. In 2017, GPSEA endorsed Nikkita for Mayor. How will Greens support Nikkita in 2021? https://nikkitafornine.com/
Volunteer Coordinator Asks: We need a dedicated outreach coordinator to onboard volunteers. Who would like to take on reaching out to members and other Progressive Orgs to represent the Green Party values and political voice with supportive actions?
Member Discussion: There is currently an open seat on the King Conservation District Board of Supervisors. Online voting runs until March 23rd. This is a small but influential local race. Who do Seattle Greens like for King Conservation District? Vote:
Action Items: TBD.
The future must be empowered, because the future must win. EcoSocialist Leaders needed now.
We acknowledge the first people of Seattle, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe, past and present.
Green Party of Seattle | GPSEA.org
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