Proposal 940: Fukushima-Daiichi: Seven Years Later

Approved by the National Committee of the Green Party of the United States, December 2, 2018 Background Three nuclear reactor buildings at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (Fuku) blew apart following the Great East Japan Earthquake and resulting tidal wave in 2011. Nuclear fuel was thrown into the air, onto the land and into the Pacific Ocean. The roofs and floors of the three reactors were destroyed. Continue reading

Proposal 938: in Opposition to Rising Facism

Background The following text is presented to the Green Party of the United States as a proposed resolution in opposition to the growing threat of fascist and white supremacist groups who have escalated their recruitment activities by initiating targeted campaigns of harassment and violence against immigrants, people of color, and left-wing students and professors on university campuses and in communities across the US and beyond. Continue reading

Proposal 109: GPUS Presence at Million Worker March

Background On Sunday, October 17, 2004, there will be a march on Washington DC. This mobilization is being proposed by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Local 10, in response to the attacks upon working families in America, the illegal preemptive war on Iraq, and the millions of jobs lost during the Bush administration and with the complicity of Congress. Continue reading

Proposal 60: International Resolution of the Green Party of the United States Opposing U.S. Intervention in Cuba

Background BACKGROUND: REVISION 3 (11/17/03) The proposed policy statement declares and explains the Green Party's opposition to any U.S. intervention in Cuba. The International Committee expects this statement to serve as the basis for national and state party organizing for peace and regional development, coalition-building with kindred organizations, electoral campaign materials, and press statements, and will be submitted to the Platform Committee for inclusion in the 2004 Green Party Platform. Continue reading

Proposal 62: International Resolution of the Green Party of the United States Calling for Fair Trade and Opposing Free Trade Area of the Americas

Background The proposed policy statement declares and explains the Green Party's support for Fair Trade policies, and opposition to the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). The International Committee expects this statement to serve as the basis for national and state party organizing, coalition- building with kindred organizations, electoral campaign materials, and press statements, and it will be submitted to the Platform Committee for inclusion in the 2004 Green Party Platform. The original statement was drafted by IC members Jim Polk of the Green Party of Virginia, and Tony Affigne of the Green Party of Rhode Island. The proposed resolution was approved by the International Committee on Friday, November 7, by CONSENSUS. Proposal Continue reading

Proposal 49: End to War Profiteers and Corporate Invasion of Iraq

Background Endorse the call by the Institute of Southern Studies to stop the war profiteers and end the corporate invasion of Iraq. Today, a handful of well connected US corporations- many with scandal ridden business records, are making billions in profits off the suffering of war, and pushing, with the aid of the US military, a destructive plan for privatization. Continue reading

Endorsement Of The Religious Freedom Peace Tax Fund Act

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The Selective Service Act allows Conscientious Objectors to war to have alternatives to military service. People with religious, moral or ethical beliefs against participation in war through taxation require a similar alternative to enhance the common good without their taxes going to war. The bill enjoyed the support of hundreds of Greens at the fall 2001 Nader rally, and Mr. Nader himself expressed interest in it. Continue reading

May 1, 2002 Convergence in defense of Immigrants and their Human Rights

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Since 911 immigrants have seen their basic human rights further eroded. They are now also unable to travel to DC to speak on their own behalf because of the potential for arrest and deportation. On May 1, 2002, Immigrant, Union and Latino activists and sympathizers will go to Washington DC to speak-out for the most exploited workforce in the the country. If the Green Party of the United States (USGP) is ever to stand-up and support our brothers and sisters, now is the time to do so. Continue reading