Weekly Update 11/29 - Workers Party of Massachusetts
Thursday December 2 6:30 PM - Workers Party South of Boston Local Meeting
The Workers Party of Massachusetts South of Boston Local will be having an in-person meeting on Thursday, December 2 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM. The meeting will be at a private residence so RSVPs will be required. A zoom link will be provided for part of the meeting for those who can not attend in person.
A full agenda will be posted before the meeting but some items for discussion will be-
Local Workers Party Candidates and Campaigns
Workers Party Voter Registration Drive
Planning for Upcoming Public Meetings
Our Participation in Ongoing Mass Movements
Please email [email protected] for more information or to add items to the agenda.
Facebook event link here: https://fb.me/e/65lR04n1F
Thursday January 6 7:00 PM - Workers Party South of Boston Public Meeting: Introduction to the Program and Principles of the Workers Party of Massachusetts
The South of Boston Local of the Workers Party of Massachusetts will be hosting a discussion of our program, political demands, and organizing strategy on January 6, 2022 in Meeting Room 232 on the upper level of Tufts Library in Weymouth (46 Broad St.)
You can read the Workers Party Program here: https://workerspartyma.nationbuilder.com/partyprogram
For more information please contact: [email protected]
Upcoming Court Solidarity Actions
The Workers Party of Massachusetts is joining with others to organize court solidarity actions for local activists facing false charges for their participation in protests. Please consider showing up for the following court appearances if you can.
November 30 @ Lynn District Court - Ernst "Shimmy" Jean-Jacques Jr. has a trial date.
December 15 @ Brockton District Court - Nick Colella and Jake Zawalich have a hearing.
January 18 @ Boston Municipal Court - Naim Ball has a trial date
More information about these court solidarity actions will be posted as it becomes available. Check this Facebook event page for updates https://fb.me/e/1rqR6gUPZ
Workers Party Political Action Committee
The Workers Party of Massachusetts plans on running and supporting independent working class socialist candidates across Massachusetts in the 2022 elections and has established a Political Action Committee to support this work.
Update Your Voter Registration to the Workers Party Political Designation
Workers Party is now an official Political Designation in Massachusetts. You can update your voter registration to the Workers Party designation here: https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ovr/
Contact the Workers Party of Massachusetts to get involved or for more information:
WorkersPartyMA.org [email protected] (617)297-7239