Welcome Home Celebration for Rev. Edward Pinkney July 8, 2017 in Detroit, MI
This video was recorded on July 8, 2017 during the "Welcome Home Celebration for Rev. Edward Pinkney" Event, featuring Rev. Edward Pinkney and Mrs. Dorothy Pinkney, sponsored by the Moratorium Now! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions & Utility Shutoffs; and Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI) at St. Matthew/St. Joseph Episcopal Church, 8850 Woodward, Detroit, MI.
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Press Conference of Green candidates running in New Jersey
• Barry Bendar for Ocean County Freeholder in New Jersey
• Seth Kaper-Dale for Governor of New Jersey
• Mico Lucide, for New Jersey General Assembly, Legislative District 2
• Sean Stratton, for New Jersey General Assembly, Legislative District 18
Darlene Elias, co-chair of the Green Party of the United States, addressing the (5th meeting) Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples.
Against Police Brutality
Green Party NYC Council Candidate Frank Francois
As a community organizer against police criminality Frank Sha Francois has supported the families of those killed by police officers. He's personally been beaten nearly to death by corrections officers while at Rikers Island Jail and also maced and tasered while face down and handcuffed by Rockville Center police.
As council member Francois for Council 2017 will support laws to punish polices officers who violate the rights of citizens.
Let's Go Greens!
Episode 1: Petitioning to Get on the Ballot, with Michael O'Neil
First of a weekly series of livestreams on how Greens can GET THINGS DONE. This week: Everything you wanted to know about getting on the ballot but were afraid to ask! Plus how you can get involved in our statewide campaign for single-payer healthcare.
The American Political Prisoner You've Never Heard About
November 1, 2015 – This past week Professor Sheldon Wolin, who coined the idea of “Inverted Totalitarianism,” passed away. In the same week, U.S. political prisoner Reverend Ed Pinkney had his phone privileges and contact with the outside world taken away. These may seem like two unrelated events, but you’d be wrong. Lee Camp explains how Wolin and Pinkney are connected through “Inverted Totalitarianism.”