Join us for an early evening of Food, Fun, and REvolutionary Politics of Possibility with Dr. Jill Stein, Green Party Presidential Candidate Bring your whole family and all your friends to the grounds of Galeria EVA and enjoy music, food, and art!This is Jill Stein’s only live speaking engagement in San Antonio so please share this friends and family!With Jill Stein, we can keep the revolution alive and rebuild our country!• A Green New Deal to create amazing new jobs in the US while combating global warming with:
• $15 minimum wage
• Free college
• Forgive all student debt
• Stop the TPP
• Reform the prison industrial complex
• Hold the police accountable and stop the needless, shootings of African Americans
• legalize marijuana nationally
• End the wars in the Middle East saving millions of lives and billions of dollars..
• Reform our broken health system with single payer that covers everyone.
* Renter’s rights: rent control stops gouging. End no-cause evictions.Join us on Sunday October 16 from 4-7pm at Galeria EVA! 3412 S. Flores St.
Rachell Tucker, Diana Kendall and Rodolfo Munoz are watching a new signee to Bexar County Green Party that took place at 1st International Reggae Fest at Rosedale park on August 20th, 2016. It rained and rained but the Bexargreens never … Continue reading →
Join the Bexar County Green Party the electoral arm of the Green movement for social justice, nonviolence,grassroots democracy and ecological wisdom on August 20, 2016 3:00-11:00 pm at Rosedale Park 340 Dartmouth in the heart of the Mexica community of Yanaguana San Anto Tejas
Enjoy the sounds of Reggae dancehall, Dub, Ska and all the sounds of the music of the people by the people and for the people.
The Greens will have the bling of politcal campaigns buttons, bumperstickers and yard signs for Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka for President and Vice-President.
HB 824 should be rejected so let your State representative hear from you
Dear GEAA members and friends,
Heads up on bad bill filed last Friday: H.B. 824 – Callegari would triple the volume of sewage spills that require reporting from the current 500 gallons to 1,500 gallons. It would also exempt from reporting a spill that “does not reach waters of the State”. We read this to mean that many spills occurring in the extremely porous karst of the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone would be exempt from reporting. The bill also gives the Texas Commission for Environmental Quality (TCEQ) more latitude in determining which spills are considered harmful to public health.
GEAA’s recently released studies on sewage spills within the Hill Country would have painted a completely different picture of the condition of our sewage infrastructure had the reporting requirements proposed by HB 824 been in effect. We can’t let the Legislature just sweep problems with wastewater infrastructure under the rug.