Trees As A Public Good – Forum Follow Up

We recently had our forum “A Livable Commonwealth: Trees as a Public Good” . Below you can find links to the recording, and the chat transcript! The forum documented the important role of trees and forests for our quality of life and mitigating climate change. We heard compelling stories about successful organizing and legislation in…

Event: Alternatives to Policing Forum

On Sunday, April 24 at 7 PM, ORMA and DSA will host a virtual forum on initiatives by Massachusetts cities to fundamentally change the way policing is done in their communities. This forum will focus on creating alternatives to using police to respond to the most common types of emergencies, those that do not involve…

Event – 2022 Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

Join us via Zoom on Monday, 3/21 at 7:30PM for the 2022 ORMA Gubernatorial Endorsement Forum!   As part of ORMA’s endorsement process, Sonia Chang-Díaz will join us to answer your questions about her record, positions, and priorities. While all of the primary candidates for Governor were sent our Questionnaire, Chang-Diaz is the only one…

Action Alert: Say NO To Fossil Fuels – Demand a Real Net-Zero Stretch Code for Buildings!

The 2021 Climate Act passed by the Massachusetts State Legislature aims to get Massachusetts to net zero emissions by 2050. One key step toward that goal is for all new building construction to have net zero emissions. That goal requires a new code—called a stretch energy code—that sets building standards and defines a “net-zero building.”…

General Assembly 5/6/18

When: Sunday, May 6, 2018 Where: Hilton Garden Inn Worcester, 35 Major Taylor Blvd, Worcester, MA 01608, USA (map) Help Our Revolution Massachusetts shape its progressive agenda for the rest of 2018 at the inaugural ORMA General Assembly! On Sunday, May 6th, we’re gathering in Worcester to strategize, prioritize, and socialize. Register here. Click here to view…

Trump is out – what’s next?

“When we organize, we win!” is not just an empty slogan. ORMA has, through the activism of its members, successfully helped elect progressive candidates across Massachusetts, and pushed for legislation that protects the environment, makes healthcare available to all, and helps working families and the poor. “Elections 2020” was a major ORMA priority focused on…

Money out of Politics / End Citizens United

Our Revolution Massachusetts (ORMA) supports getting Money Out of Politics by Overturning Citizens United and other related anti-democratic Supreme Court decisions. Our democracy has been hijacked by multinational corporations and the wealthy. Election outcomes and public policies are disconnected from the will of the people. Lawmakers will not be able to fix the big issues…

Help ORMA Transform the Democratic Party!

Consistent with priorities established by the ORMA membership, the PACE #DemTransform Subcommittee develops and supports strategies for engaging in organizing activities and for expanding ORMA engagement and power as a progressive change agent within the Democratic Party at the local, regional, and state levels, and develops and executes strategies to transform the Massachusetts Democratic Party…