Women’s March, Boston, 21 January 2017.
Greylock Together! We are a group of active, engaged citizens in communities near Mt. Greylock in northwestern Massachusetts. We are committed to justice and are united in our efforts to bring about progressive policies.
We have working groups on the Environment, Civil Rights, Health Care, Reproductive Rights, Education, Voting Rights, and Legislative Action. Our work is rooted in the values of justice, respect, grassroots organizing, and citizen empowerment.
To learn more about us and how to get involved, please visit our contact page!
Download the full book list here: Book List Greylock Together (1) Fiction Man in the High Castle,
Philip K. Dick (288 pp) Now a t.v. series, this award-winning sci-fi novel takes place in 1962 America. Slavery is legal once again. The few Jews who still survive hide under assumed names. In ...Read More
It Will All Be Okay
is a blog that focuses on effective resistance -- putting events in context, explaining the details of process, and understanding which actions can be effective. It is written by Alexander Davis, a political obsessive and activist with Greylock Together ...Read More
Muckraker Farm is a website that has a feature entitled "Trump--A Daily Chronicle
: Keeping Track (of some things), Staying Outraged (it is
possible), and Resisting (it's essential)." This chronicle begins on 20 January 2017 and is compiled by Mary Alcott Ferger, a member of Greylock Together ...Read More
Sweet! The Greylock Together you’ve come to love, but with sound and MOVING PICTURES! Rock ON, Geraldine and Nancy! ...Read More
SwingLeft: "It starts with the House of Representatives. Control of the House in 2018 will be decided by a small number of Swing Districts, places where the last election was decided by a thin margin. Find your closest Swing District and join its team to learn about actionable opportunities, to ...Read More
is a national movement to resist Trump's agenda. Their site makes it easy to find and to join a group in your community to take action and to hold Congress accountable. The Indivisible Guide
has chapters on Grassroots Advocacy, Your Members of Congress, Organizing Locally, and Advocacy Tactics ...Read More