The Oregon People’s Party joins California, Colorado, Maine, and Ohio in officially gaining party status. Congratulations to everyone in Oregon whose hard work has made this day possible.
The People’s Party is looking for our first slate of candidates to run in the 2022 elections!
We’re getting ready to open up nominations for candidates and the Democrats are getting scared.
Please call The Squad now and tell them that we must raise the $7.25 an hour poverty wage to $15 an hour and include it in the stimulus bill tomorrow.
This week millions of Texans have been freezing in their homes in the wake of a winter storm. We invite you to join with us to support both Texas families and unionizing Amazon workers.
If you’re in Ohio, you can be one of the first to sign the petition to form the People’s Party in your state. We need to gather the signatures of 60,000 voters to get our ballot line and run candidates.
People’s Party members are invited to vote on whether we should endorse and support the approximately 6,000 workers facing off against one of the largest corporations in the world.
Today, as income inequality rises and the pandemic and technology steadily continue to strip away jobs, the idea of establishing a universal basic income is more popular than ever.
It’s official! Sen. Nina Turner is running for Congress and we can’t think of anyone better to win that seat and bring a friend of the People’s Party to Congress.
Join Nick Brana as he hosts The People’s Party Debate Response with climate scientist Dr. Peter Kalmus, Amazon worker rights organizer Chris Smalls, and the Vice Chair of Our Revolution Los Angeles Eynelys García.
Our movement has been growing by leaps and bounds since The People’s Convention, which had over a million viewers.
Hundreds of people rallied for a #PeoplesStimulus at their member of Congress’ home on July 11 with more than 30 simultaneous actions.
Because both parties have failed to stand with working people in their time of need, organizers will march on Democrats and Republicans alike.
Republicans have declared that the fourth round of coronavirus stimulus in late July will be the last and Democrats are going along with it.
This Juneteenth weekend is a rare moment to proclaim in one voice that Black Lives Matter and we are united in demanding racial justice.
With historic unemployment and poverty gripping the country, and militarized police forces brutalizing Americans after Minneapolis PD murdered George Floyd, our survival depends taking bold action.
If Americans want the rebellion to end, the solution lies not with the military nor with the police placing bricks at peaceful demonstrations in a deliberate effort to instigate violence. The solution requires systemic change.
We are calling for an end to the systemic racism that plagues the overwhelming majority of black communities across America. Black American citizens have suffered in silence for far too long.
Only a crisis – actual or perceived – produces real change. Our basic function is to develop alternatives to existing policies, to keep them alive and available until the politically impossible becomes politically inevitable.
I’m happy to say that after her courageous show of support last weekend, Senator Nina Turner will be joining us on a National Call soon. She wanted me to let you know she’s been watching our movement with admiration for some time.
In a time of deep hurt and great uncertainty, the heart and soul of our progressive movement took the stage today and pointed the way forward as only she could!
These are some of the most principled and eloquent voices for justice in our movement and it’s what we’ve fought for so diligently. A mighty independent political revolution is rising …
As the fearless leaders of MPP predicted, there was no way the DNC would let Bernie get the nomination. So here I am, the prodigal son, returning to the fold of MPP.
Nick Brana: “I’m thrilled to say that MPP and #BernTheDNC have both overwhelmingly voted to merge! The vote was nearly unanimous in both groups! This is one of the most exciting moments in my time with MPP!”
For the past three years MPP has been one of the only voices warning that the Democratic Party will block Bernie or any real progressive regardless of how shockingly illegitimate it makes the primary.
For how many more elections will we be lulled into the same old rerun that a candidate from either major party will finally make the political and economic changes that will envelop the greater good? We need to wise up and rise up! Under the banner of the Movement for a Peoples Party, let’s mobilize around our own priorities.
Politicians should be impeached for committing crimes against working people. That’s why we need to #ImpeachBothParties and replace them with a people’s party.
During the week of September 20-27, we are taking collective action with millions of people around the globe to stop the climate crisis. Youth have called for adults to join them in the streets.
On September 23 the Movement for a People’s Party will Shut Down Washington D.C. with creative nonviolent civil disobedience during the youth Global Climate Strike to demand transformative action on the climate crisis.
This Indigenous Peoples’ Day we are joining with the Coalition to Close the Concentration Camps and immigration justice groups for nonviolent civil disobedience at several camps and cities to shut down ICE and its barbaric detention centers.