Jersey City/Hudson County, NJ Focus
Every Wednesday Evening: Blue Jersey Radio
Wednesday nights at 8pm with hosts Jeff Gardner and Jason Springer. Listen live or download podcasts at anytime.
Click here to listen!
Current TV, founded by Al Gore, includes some of the best journalism in America today. In particular their Vanguard series is amazing and should not be missed by ANYONE who wants to know in depth coverage of some of the major stories in the world.
In most areas Current TV is available on:
DIRECTV Channel 358
DISH Network Channel 196
Comcast Digital: Channel 107
AT&T U-Verse: Channel 189
Check out their program schedule here.
Hudson County Central Labor Council
Get involved to protect worker's rights!
37 Edward Hart Drive
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Phone: (201) 583-1300
Fax: (888) 364-1972
New Jersey for Democracy:
Howard Dean started the strategy that won big in 2006 and 2008. Let's continue to the tradition. Here is a local Democracy for America groups in Jersey City:
Hudson County for Democracy
The Hard Grove Cafe
319 Grove St.
Jersey City, NJ 07302
RSVP at www.dfalink.com/hudson
(First Wednesday of the Month, 7:30pm)
JERSEY CITY NAACP: Here is a the local NAACP branch:
Jersey City NAACP
153 Martin Luther King Drive
Jersey City 07305
The Jersey City Branch of the NAACP was formed in 1918 ninety years ago. The first Life Membership was given to Mr. Curry. The NAACP Cotillion was organized under the leadership of Mrs. Cordelia G. Johnson. Ms. Elizabeth A. Crook is the third woman President in the long list of male dominated Presidents.
Some of the accomplishments of the Jersey City Branch of the NAACP were getting assurances that the Salem-Lafayette Housing Corporation hired local minority contractors or workers for its construction project, applying pressure to the governmental agencies and appointed and elected officials for help with jobs and housing in the minority communities.
Click here to see their calendar of events.
NATIONAL JEWISH DEMOCRATIC COUNCIL: The National Jewish Democratic Council is the trusted voice and resource for Democratic office holders, candidates and party organizations to better understand and engage with the Jewish community. NJDC mobilizes the Jewish community and convenes opinion leadership to support the Democratic promise for all Americans. We look to our Jewish tradition to guide us on the issues of social and economic justice, religious pluralism and the peace and security of the State of Israel that will be the hallmark of our work.
NJDC believes that through our work in Democratic Party politics, we can ensure a better world for our children and grandchildren.
NJDC Chapter: New Jersey
For more information, or to become a member of the New Jersey chapter, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hudson County Young Democrats
The Hudson County Young Democrats (HCYD) is a chapter of Young Democrats of America (YDA) which has been the official youth arm of the Democratic Party since 1932. In line with the vision of YDA, HCYD is open to anyone under the age of 36 who affiliates with the Democratic Party. HCYD is a countywide grassroots organization. HCYD would like to unite high school students, college students, young workers, young professionals and young families. All of the Hudson County members who have the interest of their community at heart and work hard to affect the democratic process. HCYD wish to work towards YDA goals in working hard to:
Click here to join online.
Visit the Hudson County Young Democrats Facebook Site.
Alternative energy and YOUR energy bill: YOU can be part of the solution for America by signing up to purchase your energy through a Green Power Provider. My wife and I have been doing this in NYC for years. All our energy usage is provided through wind energy generation on American farms. So we use clean energy AND help American farmers. It costs us three cents per kilowatt-hour more per month, but we feel great about it. Although our actual energy may come from anywhere, we are paying to purchase wind energy for the energy grid. Each state has different programs available, usually through yuor existing energy provider right on your existing energy bill. To find such options in New Jersey, go here and pick your energy provider from the list. If you need help, you can email me and tell me who you get your bill from (don't give me any other info!) and I can tell you who to contact to go green through that energy provider. Or you can do the same thing using Renewable Energy Certificates through an organization that works with utility companies, though in this case it is a separate bill. One off the cheapest (.4-1 cent per kilowatt-hour), but still e-Green certified, ways to do this is through Good Energy. Or, for about half a cent per kilowatt-hour you can purchase renewable energy certificates through Carbonfund.org. ANY of these ways you do it, you are helping the environment, helping America, and helping cut carbon emissions.
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