Under the threat of nasty weather, a few of the Tarrant County Greens participated in the Cowtown Cleanup on April 1. They met at the historic North Side High School at 8 a.m. with other local groups to pick up litter in the surrounding neighborhood and to capture as much recyclable material as possible.
Several student groups from North Side, including a faculty sponsor and some parents, covered the neighborhood wearing their orange t-shirts donated by local event sponsors.Read more
Here is the link to the video of the Texas Railroad Commission debate held in Hurst on 10/22/2016.
Tarrant County Green Party Endorses Black Lives Matter Network and Vision For Black Lives
The Tarrant County Green Party has joined the Black Lives Matter Movement in mutual support and coalition to strengthen the movement to stop oppressive actions of police brutality in the U.S and other countries internationally. The brutality of U.S. police officers toward African-Americans is intolerable. As activists realize that the same systems of oppression killing them in the United States are active worldwide, the movement spreads beyond American borders. Non-violent activists from Ferguson, Missouri, traveled to Palestine in 2015 to cement a growing sense of solidarity and connection with the shared struggles of Palestinians against the Israeli occupation.Read more