Come hear Seth Kaper-Dale, Green Party Governor Candidate, speak about his proposal for Healthcare for All in NJ, why it's integral to social, racial justice and economic freedom, and what we can do to make it happen in NJ.
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Note: Parking Lot Entrance is from Bergenline Ave.
Seth's newly scheduled next Facebook Live appearance will be with Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein for 15 to 20 minutes during a 9 PM to 9:30 PM program on Jill Stein's facebook page.
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Join Our Revolution Bergen County to learn the truth about Medicare for All and show your support for ensuring affordable Healthcare for ALL New Jerseyans!
The program includes National Expert Speakers, Citizen Advocates, and NJ Guberatorial Candidates including:
- Dr. Margaret Flowers (HealthoverProfit.org) Stopped practicing medicine in 2007 to become a full-time advocate for a single-payer system, calling the struggle for healthcare “part of a broader social, racial, economic and environmental justice movement.”
- Assemblyman John Wisniewski, NJ Governor Candidate -(Wiz2017.com) the ONLY Progressive Democrat who is advocating a non-profit, single-payer plan for NJ
- Geoff Ginter (Constituent of Rep. Tom MacArthur who went viral in his passionate speech at NJ-3's Town Hall what was seen on CNN, ABC, CBS, MSNBC and more)
- Dr. Alan Kenwood, (PNHP.org)
- Seth Kaper-Dale, NJ Governor Candidate - Green Party,
Dr. William Thar (PNHP.org)
- Musical Performances From "The Solidarity Singers"
- Exhibit Tables to learn more about the Governor Candidates and organizations supporting Single Payer, Universal Healthcare / Medicare for All
- An audience participant event: "Die-In" Performance Demonstration
They are seeking patients and business owners to share their stories of why we should move to a single-payer system. Please email Bergen.OurRevolution@gmail.com if interested.
Like the "Our Revolution Bergen County" FB page and RSVP via their Event to get updates as they continue to plan this event!
"Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and inhuman." -Rev. and Dr. MLK Jr.
Hear from New Jersey's next governor about issues faced by the disabled, minority, LGBT, Muslim, Jewish, the working class, young adult, and elderly communities. Campaign Manager, Geoff Herzog, will be representing Seth at this event.
A moderated format will be led by Clifford D. Dawkins Jr. from the Controlling Our Destiny: Citizen Action Breakout Group. Question cards for audience participation will be available.
Karen Hunter not only has some of the most provocative interviews with some of the biggest movers and shakers in the world, she is also a change agent—challenging her listeners to participate in the success they want to see and be.
Tune in to this LIVE interview with Seth on the Karen Hunter Show, Sirius XM "Urban View"Channel 126
Press Conference for filing petition signatures. More than twice the required amount will be turned in!
Advocates for Children of New Jersey (ACNJ) is inviting all gubernatorial candidates to attend and speak to the audience about the children’s issues on their agenda. Speaker Roster TBA.
ACNJ will be releasing their annual report on the well being of children in NJ at this event.
FREE ADMISSION. RSVP here.
Join Seth for his appearance at the the Essex County Green Party's table from 1-3pm at Maplewood Street Fair.
Visit the Kaper-Dale for Governor Table at the Metuchen Street Fair, located near 323 Main Street.
Visit the Kaper-Dale for Governor table set up near 60 Main Street in Woodbridge.
DIAL IN #: 515-604-9625
Access Code: 372347
Listen in as candidates answer questions from teachers all over the state. Get to know ALL of the candidates before casting your vote in the June 6th primary! Calls will be moderated by a NJ public school teacher.
May 11 Participants:
Joseph Rudy Rullo
Join us for this Town Hall featuring Seth,hosted by Indivisible West Jersey. This event is free and open to the public.
SEATING IS FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED: 40 seats available
Each year GAAMC hosts a special night they call "Vote Your Issues", where we hear from candidates and others with experience in local politics. These events help identify which issues are most important to constituents, and how the candidates would address those issues.
Informal Meet & Greet begins at 7pm;
Forum begins at 8pm
Seth and his campaign team members will be greeting people at our table and Office at 321 Raritan Avenue.
This May, welcome NJ Green Party gubernatorial candidate Seth Kaper-Dale as he discusses with us his support for single payer! Like prior general meetings, we will start with meet and greet with refreshments until 10:30, address business from 10:30 until 11, and then proceed with Rev. Seth Kaper-Dale's program until 12:15pm.
The New Jersey Institute for Social Justice, NJPAC, and the NAACP New Jersey State Conference present this special event featuring: Jim Johnson, Seth Kaper-Dale, Raymond Lesniak, Phil Murphy, and John Wisniewski.
Topics include Civil Rights / Human Rights/ Economic Justice/ Inclusive Democracy / Reimagining Criminal Justice / World-Class Education
Moderated by Elise Boddie
This event is sold out. Learn more at www.njpac.org/dosocialjustice
This event is free and open to the public.
This event is hosted by On Fire!! at Rider University, who will determine the specific topics and questions for the discussion. Panelists will be asked the questions the day of the event in order to give organic answers. The theme for the discussion is social justice and the issues in society that surround it.
This event is hosted by a coalition of affordable housing organizations. Candidates running for Governor of New Jersey as well as local offices have been invited to share solutions and steps they propose to boost economic activity to build a thriving New Jersey.
Join Seth's campaign in supporting this event!
Each year thousands of workers are killed and millions more injured or diseased because of their jobs. RESPECT for health and safety is RESPECT for ALL workers and we need these rights in ALL workplaces. This year we renew our commitment to this fight as we remember the dead; fight for the living! Our rights are under attack; we need to fight back! Our lives and safeguards can not be sacrificed to build bigger walls.
On April 23, we will:
- March for worker health and safety rights fro ALL and to Save our Safeguards
- Hear testimonials from injured workers and families that have lost loved ones in workplace accidents
- fight to improve health and safety conditions on our jobs
-rain or shine
We are recruiting volunteers to be greeters at our table--please RSVP to this event post or call 1-866-SKD-4-GOV.
Walk, bike, skip or run to Highland Park's annual Earth Day celebration! Enjoy great music and food from Global Grace Cafe while learning about how to make a healthier planet. Get answers to your questions about beekeeping and raising chickens, walk on the river trail, get the scoop on recycling and going solar, pick up a free tree seedling, and visit the Native Plant Reserve next door for even more activities. All four schools (Irving, Bartle, Middle and High School!) are participating - plenty of fun and educational opps for kids of all ages!
We are looking for volunteers to campaign at the march--please RSVP to this event post or call 1-866-SKD-4-GOV.
Official Mission Statement of the New Jersey March for Science:
The New Jersey March for Science affirms the guiding statement of the National March for Science (https://www.marchforscience.com/mission/):
“The March for Science champions robustly funded and publicly
communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity. We unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group to call for science that upholds the common good and for political leaders and policy makers to enact evidence based policies in the public interest.”
We as scientists, students, teachers, doctors, engineers, and concerned citizens have chosen to March for Science to bring attention to important issues that we see as threatening the safety of our fellow citizens, our state, our national character, and the endeavor of scientific exploration.
-Fact-Based Policies: We demand that our leaders take into account the best available scientific evidence when making their decisions, in particular in the areas of climate change, healthcare, energy policy, public safety, education, and resource management. We reject attempts to silence the voices bringing attention to scientific evidence of the serious problems faced by our society, and we reject politically-motivated attacks on scientific research in any field.
Hosted by No Loss Generation
This film screening will be followed by a talk delivered by Seth on refugees and Sanctuary. Film will run from 7:30-9pm; Talk from 9:00-9:30pm
Hosted by the New Jersey Philippine Solidarity Committee
The Philippines has made international news in the past few months because of a ruthless war on drugs that has spawned the deaths of more than 7,000 alleged drug pushers and users. In contrast, the revival of the peace negotiations between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) has gone largely unnoticed in international press. The successful completion of the formal peace talks could have profound implications for Philippine societythat would address the social, political, and economic roots of the so-called drug menace and the decades-old civil war. The GRP-NDFP peace negotiations are the only peace negotiations in the world that address far-reaching social and economic reforms at the national level.
Throughout the presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised that he would release his tax returns "later." Then, just a few days after Trump assumed office, his top adviser, Kellyanne Conway, said that he wouldn't release his tax returns ever, because the American people "don't care." We're here to say that we do care.
Join us at Cedar Brook Park in Plainfield on Saturday, April 15, 2017, to march and show Donald Trump that he owes us transparency. Two-thirds of Americans are concerned that he may be putting his interests ahead of the country's. Until we see his tax returns, we will not let let up.
Seth will be among the line-up of speakers including community advocates as well as performers. Bring your family, lunch, a blanket and chairs.
Learn more at www.taxmarchplainfield.org
Facebook: Tax March on Plainfield