The Collaborative Left? Yes, please

Fight back against the Divide and Conquer tactics that oppress, repress, and suppress new solutions. Build bridges, don’t burn crap down in your own backyard, who does that really serve? Just keep swimming.

Movement for a People’s Party solidarity events on July 11th and “Building a Broader Coalition”

On the national front, Movement for A People’s Party is planning several direct actions on July 11th to appeal to legislators with their slate (everyone’s slate) of demands from the people. Their 3rd Party vision is shared by so many of us. In reality the systemic barriers of the Duopoly create a ceiling seemingly close enough to touch, but not to break through.

From Shelby at MPP to GPSEA: “We are having a nationwide rally to demand multiple progressive policies. Medicare for all, climate change, and better covid relief. This is set for July 11th and Seattle is not on the map. Which it should be. We have to stand outside our reps homes and demand they help us. I am reaching out because I am sympathetic to your cause and want to extend the offer to be a part of the movement so we in Washington can demand our rights too. That and any sister organization you are in talks with. I would like this to serve as an open dialogue to plan a socially distant rally. If your group is interested.”

This is happening at the same time as our Green Party Primary, but for those of us who are not delegates this year we encourage you to observe, participate, and report back at the August GPSEA meeting.

Solidarity starts at home Seattle Ecosocialists. Let’s support our allies.

Movement for A People’s Party: https://peoplesparty.org/coalition/

Seattle People’s Party: https://seattlepeoplesparty.com/
Socialist Alternative Seattle: [email protected].
Washington Progressive Party: https://www.waprogressiveparty.org/

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  • Lisa Canar
    published this page in News & Blog 2022-11-12 18:33:30 -0800