Upcoming Events

Thursday, January 4 --  Activist forum details to be announced.

Thursday, January 26 -- Progressive Cheverly's Annual legislative forum for District 47A. We will hear from State Senator Victor Ramirez and Delegates Diana Fennell and Jimmy Tarlau about their legislative priorities for the upcoming Maryland General Assembly session and have the chance to ask your questions directly to your representatives. This annual event is one of our most popular forums.

Recent Events

Thursday, December 7 --  Progressive Cheverly Annual Holiday Party -- Cheverly friends and neighbors are most welcome to come and meet with us in a relaxed party atmosphere.  Bring a favorite dish or desert to share as the dinner is a delicious adventure in pot luck.  Wine and soft drinks will be provided.

Wednesday, December 6 -- Progressive Cheverly has put our voices in support of DACA and now we are being asked to  physically take a stand.  Please join us.  There will be a group leaving Cheverly Station today at 11 am to take part in a day of action in support of our immigrant communities. We will be demanding that Congress take action on a clean Dream Act and permanent status for TPS holders. Our communities cannot wait. This action and others across the country are sponsored by Dreams, the Center for Community Change, the FIRM network, United We Dream, SEIU, and CASA in Action.

Thursday, November 2nd, 7 pm: Can Single-Payer Health Care Really Work and Will It Work For Me?

The Affordable Care Act is in serious trouble because of White House and Congressional efforts to kill it. But there is a renewed interest in Single-Payer or a Medicare for All approach. Come hear our speakers: Dr. Margaret Flowers, pediatrician and co-chair of the Maryland chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program, and Maryland State Senator Paul Pinsky.  They will discuss what is meant by a single-payer health system, how it might function in the US, what is happening here in Maryland, and how to build a movement to support single-payer, including its role in the 2018 and 2020 elections. Hoyer Education Center (cafeteria), 2300 Belleview Ave, Cheverly. (Parking Available)

 

 

See other past forums

Latest Public Statements

October 2017: Progressive Cheverly endorses Fair Elections campaign in Prince George's County

 September 2017: Progressive Cheverly condemns white supremacy and anti-semitism in Charlottesville

June 2017: letter on the Proposed Concrete Batching Plant in Bladensburg

June 2017: Progressive Cheverly opposes U.S. withdrawal from Paris Climate Agreement

See earlier Public Statements

About Us

Our Mission:

Based in Cheverly, Maryland, our mission is to promote economic fairness, social justice, basic human rights, a sustainable environment, a tolerant society and world peace through a more informed political dialogue and active participation in civil society and the democratic political process.

2013 Jack Wheat Award