Greylock Together is one of thousands of Indivisible groups fighting for progressive values and a stronger democracy. We are grassroots, loosely structured, and action-oriented.

 

Before the pandemic, we met in Williamstown (Williamstown Youth Center) and in North Adams (UNO Center), every other Sunday from 3:00-4:30.  Please note that due to the coronavirus, in-person meetings are cancelled until further notice.


We have spent the four years since our inception working ceaselessly on a thousand different fronts.  Greylock Together raised more than $100,000 to flip the Senate in 2020, and tens of thousands more for other causes over the years (such as relief for Puerto Rico).



GT Blog

GT Newsletter, 11 July 2021

Dear Greylock Together, Last week was the Fourth of July.  It is celebrated by some as a day of patriotism and American values, and that makes some progressives uncomfortable.  What is there to celebrate, they wonder, in a country that was built on stolen land by enslaved people?  They ask,…
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GT Newsletter, 23 June 2021

Dear Greylock Together, Every day, we lose Americans to gun violence.  It’s monstrous and entirely preventable, as the record of the Australian gun buyback shows.  And gun control starts with gun knowledge.  If we’re going to get these weapons off of our streets, then we need to understand them.  To…
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GT Newsletter, 5 June 2021

Dear Greylock Together, It’s been a crazy time, but we’re going to get started gearing up again.  We’re beginning to meet in person again soon, and we’re going to throw a community picnic, and we’re going to begin to organize again.  And it’s important that we get going.  It’s not…
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GT Newsletter, 24 May 2021

  Please join the community tomorrow (Tuesday) for a vigil marking the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder by Minneapolis police. All are welcome. The students of Buxton School will be participants. The names of people who have been killed by police in the US this year will be read.…
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Williamstown 2021 Survey Responses

All candidates were mailed a brief set of questions about important issues to the town a month ago.  Responses are listed below, organized by race.Three Year Select Board Seat One Year Select Board SeatPlanning Board Three Year Select Board Seat Candidate Anthony Boskovich declined to answer any questions. Candidate Jeffrey Johnson’s…
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GT Newsletter, 2 May 2021

  Dear Greylock Together, WILLIAMSTOWN TOWN ELECTION is Tuesday, May 11! Please VOTE and spread the word! (7 am to 8 pm at Williamstown Elementary School) or Download your ballot application right now and drop it off at Town Hall by May 5th. Know your candidates! Candidate forum links are below. We…
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GT Newsletter, 14 April 2021

    Dear Greylock Together, It’s kind of crazy how much is going on.  Maybe it’s not, though?  There’s a lot of things to do and people to help, after all.  Check out some of the links below and remember that it’s important to be an active activist!  Try to…
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GT Newsletter, For the People, 30 March 2021

Dear Greylock Together, Thanks to ALL who were able to attend our membership meeting on Sunday—we had over 40 participants!  With the calculated and unveiled attacks on voting rights across the country, NOW is our civil rights era. Stay alert, stay engaged, keep showing up and remember…your community, both locally…
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GT Alert: Meeting tomorrow afternoon on Zoom–be there!

Dear Greylock Together, Tomorrow afternoon we have our monthly meeting on Zoom.  The meeting will last from 3:00 to 4:30.  Here is the Zoom link (meeting ID 895 9332 3594; mobile link +13017158592,,89593323594#). We’ll be discussing the MASS MoCA Union efforts with Amanda T., who’s leading the efforts to unionize MASS…
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GT Newsletter, 18 March 2021

Dear Greylock Together, The horrifying murders of eight people in Atlanta massage parlors, six of them Asian women, are an example of so many toxic things in our society: anti-Asian racism, misogynist violence, violence against sex workers, toxic masculinity, income inequality, and a hyperabundance of guns.  They’re about all of thoseand…
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