Action Alert:

Our Revolution Massachusetts (ORMA)

The May 30th virtual ORMA General Assembly will be an action-oriented meeting, attended by hundreds of ORMA members and supporters who will participate in a Zoom meeting to help define ORMA priority actions for this election year.   Please join us on Saturday, May 30th from 10:00 …

Our Revolution Massachusetts Monthly Meeting

April 26, 2020 // 0 Comments

Our Revolution Massachusetts is organizing digitally to advance a progressive issue agenda at every level of government — from local Democratic Party committees, to city councils, to the state legislature. With Bernie leaving the race, this is a pivotal moment for our movement. That’s why …

Join us for our second statewide General Assembly! At this event we will plan our strategy and priorities for the next six months, build relationships with ORMA members and allies, and talk about key issues facing progressive politics in Massachusetts.

We’d like to hear from you! Send an email to: Inclusion@OurRevolutionMA.com and let us know what would make this a successful General Assembly for you!  Here’s how you can help: 1) Click HERE to sign up for one of our three planning committees. 2) Click HERE to help fund …

Our Revolution Massachusetts Ratification Congress

November 12, 2017 // 0 Comments

Date: Sunday, November 12, 2017 Time: 10am – 3pm (registration opens at 9am) Place: 1199SEIU, 108 Myrtle St., Quincy, MA 02171 Please join us to formally ratify the new structure of Our Revolution Massachusetts (ORMA)! See Facebook Event  One year ago this month, a group of 50 people met …

This article appeared in Massachusetts Peace Action’s Summer 2017 newsletter The Massachusetts Democratic Party passed its most progressive platform ever at its convention in Worcester June 3. Single-payer healthcare, a $15 minimum wage, paid family leave, forgiveness of student loan debt, a ranked-choice voting system, …

“It is important to understand that the status quo is not working, that people one end of the country to the other have contempt for the economic establishment, the political establishment, the media establishment. And one of the reasons I am now part of Democratic …

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