The Green Party of the United States Black Caucus Calls for End to Police Brutality and Abuse of Power
WASHINGTON, DC — The Green Party of the United States National Black Caucus condemned Akron police officers' killing of Jayland Walker on June 27, 2022. Police officers fired more than 90 bullets at Walker. He was not carrying a weapon when shot at and killed. Police initially claimed that he had fired at them. The gun in question did not have Walker's prints on it and was found to be registered to a white man living in another part of Ohio.Read more
Matthew Hoh For U.S. Senate Responds to White Supremacist Killings In Buffalo, New York
Green Party U.S. Senate candidate, Matthew Hoh, and his campaign team, extend their deepest sympathies to all the families and loved ones of 10 slain victims of white supremacist murderer, Payton Gendron on May 14th in Buffalo, New York.
But it's not enough to extend our sympathies unless we also confront the systemic racism that led to these horrific murders.Read more
Green Party US Statement on Mass Shooting in Buffalo, NY
WASHINGTON, DC — The Green Party of the United States stands in coalition with all who seek to end the culture of violence and politics of corruption that enable violent extremists.Read more
Reparations and MLK's legacy
On the day of our nation's official celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, we wish you solidarity and strength. As Greens with a radical commitment to the pillars of Social Justice and Nonviolence, we are eager to commemorate and give praise to Dr. King's legacy.
The movement for Black liberation and justice has endured for generations, david. So why is it that we still have to say “Black lives matter?” Why must we still struggle for basic justice?
We need bold leaders in Congress willing to reintroduce legislation that would commission a study on the causes and effects of slavery, and its lingering impact on America. The findings of such an investigation will lead to reparations for African Americans. It is time for our leaders to show the courage and dedication MLK modeled during the civil rights movement.
We must support HR 40, the Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans Act.
The Green Party of the United States is the ONLY national party whose platform has committed to full and complete reparations.
The Green Party is committed to ensuring the right to live free from discrimination and oppression, in all its forms.
We are also committed to ensuring no one is left behind in the march toward equality.
Will you commit to supporting this struggle with a donation to the Green Party’s National Black Caucus, today?
Reparations would be a victory for social justice that would reverberate for generations, join us by signing our petition.
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North Carolina Party Members In the News
Did you know that many members of the North Carolina Green Party are organizers for Social Justice, against the War On Drugs and Mass Incarceration, for a World Beyond War and a Living Wage?
Check out these NC Greens in the news.
Gentrification and the end of black communities
Census data show that gentrification is accelerating Black displacement
Brooklyn, New York is the epicenter of gentrification, the displacement of Black people from cities in this country. Recently released census data shows that neighborhoods like Bedford-Stuyvesant, which was nearly all Black for decades, no longer has a Black majority. Bedford-Stuyvesant’s white population rose by 30,000 from 2010 to 2020 while its Black population decreased by 22,000.Read more
Kali Akuno 2021 Green Party Annual National Meeting Keynote
Kali Akuno, co-founder and co-director of Cooperation Jackson, presents the Green Party's 2021 Annual National Meeting Keynote Speech
Kali served as the Director of Special Projects and External Funding in the Mayoral Administration of the late Chokwe Lumumba of Jackson, MS. His focus in this role was supporting cooperative development, the introduction of eco-friendly and carbon reduction methods of operation, and the promotion of human rights and international relations for the city.Read more
We are Green - Reparations are a Debt Owed
WARRENVILLE, IL – We are Green. We commit to full and complete reparations to the African American community of this nation for the past four hundred plus years of genocide, slavery, land-loss, destruction of original identity and the stark disparities which haunt the present evidenced in unemployment statistics, substandard and inadequate education, higher levels of mortality including infant and maternal mortality and the practice of mass incarceration. We recognize that reparations are a debt (not charity) that is owed by our own and other nations and by the corporate institutions chartered under our laws to a collective of people.Read more
Black Lives Matter = Black Includes Trans
National Black Caucus Live-stream
A conversation with the National Black Caucus (NBC) and invited guests including trans activists, trans men and trans women and allies to have an open and honest dialogue of issues facing Black Trans people in relation to issues facing the wider Black community. There have been many issues facing the trans community and facing Black people; we have noticed that discussions about trans inclusion and issues often fail to include the voices of Black trans women and men and often fail to include Black perspectives in the wider communities, especially in community spaces.Read more
Pittsburgh Green Party joins Stop the Station
PITTSBURGH – Stop the Station is a coalition of local activist groups fighting for police accountability in the city of Pittsburgh, PA. It was initially formed in the summer of 2020 to fight the relocation of the Zone 5 Police Station to East Liberty at a cost of $3 million. There was a backlash from the community to the project and to the city’s lying that the decision was by popular demand. Since then, Stop the Station has gained much support and momentum. The Green Party of Allegheny County (GPOAC) is a member of Stop the Station’s Community Control Coalition.Read more