Clean Energy for All Summit

Join Climate Action SA, BCGP, and friends on Tuesday, June 5 from 5:30 to 8pm at Brick at the Blue Star for a summit focused on clean energy for San Antonio. We will discuss and share ideas on how to transition our community from its dependence on dirty and toxic fossil fuels to a future powered by clean, cheap, renewable energy. This event will be interactive and focused on solutions for middle and lower-income residents. Come ready to expand your knowledge in a welcoming, all-ages environment!

Agenda:
5:30 – 6:00: Press Conference
6:00 – 6:30: Happy Hour Networking
6:30 – 7:00: Presentation
7:00 – 8:00: Breakout Groups

For information visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/154568152058371/

Remember to like Bexar County Green Party’s Facebook page and the Climate Action SA Facebook Page.

Earth Day 2018

Join BCGP at EARTH DAY 2018

The Bexar County Greens will be at San Antonio’s Earth Day celebration at Woodlawn Lake, Saturday 21 April from 10 am to 3 pm. If you would like to help us circulate the ballot access petition, let us know!

BEXAR COUNTY GREEN PARTY JAN MTG

WHEN: Sunday,January 7, 2018

Where: Mission Branch Public Library 3134 Roosevelt Ave behing the old Mission Drive-In

Time:  2:00-4:00pm

Agenda:  Discussion of election of officers C0-Chair and Secretary to fill unexpired term.

Ballot Access drive and education of voters regarding parties with conventions scheduled for March 13, 2018.

Formation of Ballot Access committee and fundraiser for Party.

Announcements and other items for presentation..

BEXAR COUNTY GREEN PARTY PARTNER IN CLIMATE ACTION COALITION

Greens and Allies,

The Bexar County Green Party is participating member of Climate Action Coalition.  The CAC is composed of over forty members and is currently in discussion with the City of San Antonio (COSA) to develop and implement a sustainable plan of development and to meet the challenges of global climate change.  Furthermore, the BCGP is advocating for the inclusion of all members of the community especially the historically excluded and oppressed sectors of San Antonio and demanding their inclusion in this CAC. Currently, the CAC has meetings during the day and midweek and recently added a meeting time in the evenings to accomodate working class persons.  The CAC is scheduling to meet with the Mayor regarding the creation of a committee and representation on this committee.  At the present, the composition and creation of the committee is being debated and had been decided upon with little to no input from CAC. Updates on the committee being created and policies of the CAC will be provided as known.   For more info please call 210-440-1195.

BEXAR COUNTY GREEN PARTY DEC MTG

 

WHEN SUNDAY DEC.3 2017

WHERE MISSION BRANCH LIBRARY 3134 Roosevelt Ave behind old Mission Drive Inn

TIME 2-4 PM

 

AGENDA

a. Update on Climate Action SA

b.Update on Free Speech Coalition

c.Candidate filing update

d.Winter Social for BCGP

e.Planning for January fundraiser

Bexar County Green Party asking for Donations and Volunteers to assist Church of Life

BCGP would like to be involved in fundraiser with Church of Life an LGBTQIA supportive religious community.  Requesting art and craft supplies to be sold at Fair this Saturday November 18.2017.  If you would like to volunteer to serve as booth volunteer please call Herb Gonzales Cell :210-440-1195 to schedule your time about 2 volunteer hours per volunteer.

GPTX endorses Medicare For All march and rally

MEDICARE FOR ALL MARCH AND RALLY 2 UPDATED

MEDICARE FOR ALL MARCH AND RALLY!
July 29, 2017
Where: From The Hemisfair Pavilion, we will walk around the block and end @ 757 Cesar Chavez
Starting at 10:00 AM
The time to act is NOW!
We can’t sit and watch from the sidelines as special interests buy our elections and overcharge us for healthcare.
Let’s all stand together and demand MEDICARE FOR ALL!
Facebook: Medicare4allSaTx / San Antonio Healthcare Now – Coalition / March4Medicare
Speakers @ Rally: We will hear from people and their experiences going through the horrors of our current healthcare system in Texas. Key Note Speakers:
Rick Treviño Steven Kling Judy Lerma John Courage Derrick Crowe Rixi Melton Chris Perri Mary Street Wilson (Community Organizer) (Candidate for State Senate) (National Nurses United) (City Council D-9) (Candidate for Congress D21 – Candidate for Congress D21 – Candidate for Congress D21)
Sema Hernandez  (Candidate For Senate)