Green Party USA

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Green Party USA is a political party in the United States that supports environmental, progressive policies.

"The founding meeting of U.S. Greens was held in the summer of 1984 at Macalaster College in St. Paul, Minnesota, where sixty-two activists gathered at the invitation of spiritual feminist Charlene Spretnak and former New Left organizer and theorist Harry Boyte. The group named itself the Committees of Corespondence,"[1] and later assumed the name Green Party USA.

2018 Green Party Congressional candidates

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James K. Young February 27, 2018 ·

Support those that will support & work for you, not SuperPACs, Corporations, the 1%, Giant lobbying bodies such as the MIC, etc! — with Roshan Akula, Eric Allen, Ray Parrish, Lewis Elbinger, Angelica Duenas Democrat for Congress - CA29 East SFV, Elect Marv Sandnes, 2018 - US House, OR, Pacific Green Party of Oregon, Kenneth Mejia, Phil Roe for Congress, Zachary Benjamin Burd, Chris Richardson, Randall Auxier, Diane Moxley, Henry Gaff, Lynn S. Kahn, Miguel Zuniga, Lino Stracuzzi, Haryaksha Gregor Knauer, Daniel Clark, Richard Gomez, Adam Hickey, Jimmy Cooper For Congress and Joe Manchik for Congress.

Solidarity with Sept. 24 FBI Raid Activists

The Committee to Stop FBI Repression lists Green Party USA as one of the organizations that has issued a statement of solidarity in support of the activists raided in the September 24, 2010 FBI Raids.[2]

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References

  1. Walls,David. The Activist's Almanac. New York: Fireside, 1993 p.337
  2. Committee to Stop FBI Repression: Solidarity Statements (accessed on Oct. 6, 2010)