UPDATE (June 22, 2010): Heading to the U.S. Social Forum? If you’re registered for the Green Party Annual National Meeting you are also registered for the Social Forum. Try taking the #16 city bus from Wayne State University to Cobo Hall, the central location of the Social Forum. Pick it up at Cass and Putnam (near the Wayne State campus) and take the #16 to Jefferson and Shelby (a two-minute walk from the Social Forum). A Google map of the route is here. Click here for more details on getting into the Social Forum.
Update (June 18th, 2010): Staying in the dorms with other Greens? Click here for location and directions to your room.
UPDATE (June 8, 2010): The National Committee plenary schedule, committee and caucus meeting schedule, and schedule of after-hours events are available. Click here to see the tentative schedule of events.
UPDATE (June 8, 2010): Check out the Allied Media Conference message board for housing and transportation options that you can take advantage of! Click here for details.
UPDATE (June 8, 2010): How to Get to Detroit, How to Get to the Meeting Location
UPDATE (JUNE 7, 2010): The Green Party will be sponsoring a silent auction during our plenary sessions. Click here for details on how to contribute.
UPDATE (May 28, 2010): The U.S. Social Forum has posted a list of hundreds of workshops that will be taking place before and during the Green Party’s meeting. Click here to start planning your experience at the Social Forum! All registrants for the Green Party meeting will also be registered for the U.S. Social Forum.
UPDATE: The Green Party meeting is on Facebook. Click here!
The National Committee of the Green Party of the United States will meet from June 25-27, 2010, in Detroit, Michigan. The Green Party meeting will be preceded by the U.S. Social Forum, a gathering of thousands of activists organizing people’s solutions to economic and ecological crisis. When you register for the 2010 Green Party meeting, you will automatically be registered for the U.S. Social Forum.
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