Featured Events

  • Tell State Legislators: Bridgeport Needs an Election Monitor!

    We are calling on state legislative leadership to include an Election Monitor for the City of Bridgeport in LCO 3576, legislation that expands absentee ballot access for November's election. We must address the absentee ballot abuse head on - and end it once and for all! Click the "Learn More" link to email lawmakers!
  • CALL TO ACTION: Tell Mayor Ganim & City Council - Bridgeport is ready for change!

    Email our elected officials to tell them Black Lives Matter and the people of Bridgeport are ready for change! The murder of George Floyd is making clear to white people what Black people have known for 400 years: as Co-Director Gemeem Davis said, "that our lives are under constant, violent assault. And in the United States, it's legal." Racism, abuse of power, and corruption of policing is the root cause of violence in our country. And here in Bridgeport, too. We are in a state of emergency and it is the people who are demanding change - click the link below to send your emails!
  • The 2020 Census Has Started!

    Please complete the 2020 Census online at www.2020census.gov. The Census determines how $675 billion in federal resources are spent. It is important that our Bridgeport communities are counted!
  • Preserve Remington Woods!

    Remington Woods in Bridgeport is 422 acres of forest community with diverse wildlife that contributes crucial essential services to our human community. It is threatened with destruction, possibly by the end of this year. Remington Woods is now zoned for "Industrial Use." That must be changed! You can go to "Zone Bridgeport" website and make your voice heard in five simple steps!
  • Bridgeport Anti-Racism Collective Meeting - Virtual

    June 3rd from 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Email undoingracismbpt@gmail.com for the Zoom link!
  • Presidential, Federal & State Primary Day

    Tuesday, August 11th. Polls are open 6:00am - 8:00pm
    Polling sites across Bridgeport. For more information, visit www.bptgennow.org/2020-elections/
  • Civics 101 Kickoff with Dr. Mary Frances Berry

    Friday, October 16th from 6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Arnold Bernhard Center for the Arts & Humanities
    University of Bridgeport
    84 Iranistan Avenue
    Bridgeport, CT 06604
  • The 2020 Civics 101 Workshop!

    Saturday, October 17th from 10:00am - 5:30pm
    Sunday, October 18th from 12:00am - 4:00pm
    Arnold Bernhard Center for the Arts & Humanities
    University of Bridgeport
    84 Iranistan Avenue
    Bridgeport, CT 06604

Monthly Member Meetings

We meet the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm. To protect ourselves and our communities from COVID-19, our Member Meetings will be held on Zoom until further notice.
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Our Mission and Core Values

Bridgeport Generation Now is a movement!

We are a nonpartisan, grassroots social action network that strengthens civic engagement in ourselves and our communities. “We the people” of Bridgeport take an active role in caring about our city. We are open to all residents of Bridgeport. You can be a member if you are involved in the community and show that you care about the future of our city!

We focus on policy research, civic and political education, and community organizing. By taking an active role in strengthening Bridgeport, we will collectively develop into community leaders who will create a new cultural identity for our city.


  • Good Governance
  • Democratic Empowerment
  • Justice & Equity
  • Livability



  • Intersectionality
  • Collective Action
  • Openness
  • Ethics
  • and above all, Love



  • Be together, not the same
  • Foster creativity
  • Maintain vision through relationships
  • Allow for mistakes
  • Choose curiosity over fear

Featured Videos

We Are Gen Now!
2018 Holiday Fête
Police Chief Search Press Conference
Public Art with Liz Squillace

Core Membership

Core Membership

Are you ready to join our movement? You are a Core Member if you are invested in our mission and projects and will attend at least one Member Meeting every three months.


  • Voting rights at Member Meetings
  • Organize events and projects
  • May be voted onto the Action Council
  • Part of a Committee (for example: Policy, Education, Marketing, Youth and Recruitment
  • Annual dues, at a minimum of $5 and a maximum of $100, dues and donations are tax deductible



General Membership

General Membership

Are you inspired by our movement? You are a General Member if you are invested in our mission but probably won’t come to many Member Meetings.


  • May participate in events and projects organized by both our Action Council or Core Members, though there is no participatory requirement to maintain membership
  • Connect to committee projects and service opportunities through the website, member meetings or Facebook page
  • No annual dues, but may make a tax deductible donation at any point
Public mural artwork by local artist Liz Squillace

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