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A recent UN report points to rising ocean temperatures, sea levels rising at a faster rate and threats to sea life. Since at least 2012, we started to see marine heatwaves that threaten wild life and foster harmful algae blooms. One of the first recorded was in the Gulf of Maine, which has had three such heatwaves since 2012. Because of the challenges we face as a country and species, we urge you to join us at the Global Climate Strike Flood the Seaport event this Friday, 3:30pm. We will ass...
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Thanks to everyone who participated in our 2019 party conference last Saturday! We look forward to continuing to revise our party platform in the coming months. Unfortunately, we had some network issues that prevented us from streaming the conference, but we will upload the video we recorded as quickly as we can.

 

We are recording our current party conference, but are not able to live stream it. We were not able to find a workable solution, unfortunately. We will get the recordings up for people to view/listen to as quickly as we can.

 

Our annual party conference is this Saturday, September 21st at Encuentro 5 in Boston.  The conference will focus on planning, expanding our platform and organizing how-tos. Formal sessions will start at 10am and end around 5:30pm. We plan to video stream the conference. The schedule is: TimeSession9:00am-10:00amBreakfast, Meet & Greet10:00am-10:30amYear in Review / Where We Stand as a Party?10:30am-11:15amMassMesh: Building a People’s Internet11:15am-noonBuilding a Just Econo...
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The signs of the human-created climate catastrophe cannot be ignored. Record summer temperatures especially at the poles, more powerful storms, rising sea levels, decreasing ice packs on mountains and smaller glaciers at the poles to name a few. If we want to keep our planet livable for ourselves and other life on Earth, we have to cut back on CO2 emissions while building a just economy. While the effects of global warming are increasing and the problem we face can seem overwhelming, now is ...
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Our annual party conference is this Saturday, September 21st at Encuentro 5 in Boston.  The conference will focus on planning, expanding our platform and organizing how-tos. Formal sessions will start at 10am and end around 5:30pm. We plan to video stream the conference. The schedule is: TimeSession9:00am-10:00amBreakfast, Meet & Greet10:00am-10:30amYear in Review / Where We Stand as a Party?10:30am-11:15amMassMesh: Building a People’s Internet11:15am-noonBuilding a J...
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Our next tech meeting will be Saturday, October 5th from 11am to 1:00pm. It will be at Encuentro 5, 9A Hamilton Place, Boston.  With our blog, wiki and supporter database updated, we plan to focus on more fun topics including: find a discussion/voting system;update CCTV camera map data to include older cameras outside North America we didn't include;write an mobile app to record the location/ownership of CCTV cameras;whatever else we think up. We ar...
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Our annual party conference is this Saturday, September 21st at Encuentro 5 in Boston.  The conference will focus on planning, expanding our platform and organizing how-tos. Formal sessions will start at 10am and end around 5:30pm. We plan to video stream the conference. The schedule is: TimeSession9:00am-10:00amBreakfast, Meet & Greet10:00am-10:30amYear in Review / Where We Stand as a Party?10:30am-11:15amMassMesh: Building a People’s Internet11:15am-noonBuilding a Just Econo...
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The use of facial and biometric recognition tech is out of control, but we have an opportunity to stop Massachusetts state and local governments from using it.  We need your help to get the legislature to pass S.1385 & H.1538 which would ban governmental use of "at a distance" biometric tracking technology. You can help by: testifying at the upcoming committee hearing for these bills in person or in writing. Start writing your tes...
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Our annual party conference will be Saturday, September 21st at Encuentro 5 in Boston.  The conference will focus on planning, expanding our platform and organizing how-tos. We will have time for lightning talks and possibly a small number of panels. Formal sessions will start at 10am and end around 5:30pm. We plan to video stream the conference. Registration is $10. Youth under 18 and anyone who is not a citizen or permanent resident are free due to campaign finance rules. You can pay ...
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