The indigenous water protectors and land defenders at Standing Rock are on the front line of the #NoDAPL struggle. They have issued a call for solidarity, support, and supplies, and the Stein/Baraka campaign and the Green Party of the United States has answered the call. Green Party co-chair and Stein/Baraka staffer Andrea Mérida Cuellar and Dawn Neptune Adams, an indigenous woman from the Penobscot tribe and member of the Maine Independent Green Party executive committee, and several members of the Colorado Green Party arrived in Standing Rock on Friday, November 4, to support the encampment and direct actions of the water protectors.
"Colorado Greens gathered crucial supplies to support the front line water defenders, from pepper spray remedies to food to warm winter clothing," said Cuellar. "Among us is a union teacher, Peggy Robertson of United Opt Out and a Green, who with her son Sam is rebuilding and restocking the camp school and will teach, in the style of Oaxacan teachers. We are all standing at the ready to serve and take full direction from the Indigenous leaders on the ground," she added.Read more
Join the Green Party of New Jersey from 7 PM until the election is called on November 8, 2016 for an evening of celebration and planning at 290 Chestnut St, Newark, NJ. We will eat, drink and cheer the enormous inroads the Green Party is making to establish a viable third party, one that will shatter the duopoly of the Republican and Democratic parties--two sides of the same battered coin.
For the first time, Jill Stein is on the ballot in 45 states, with write in status in another three, for voter access in 48 states. Jill is a fearless but reasoned voice for economic fairness, climate change mitigation, equitable treatment for all and a foreign policy based on waging peace, not war. Her ideas resonate with many not counted in polls--who will make their voices heard on November 8.Read more
The Stein/Baraka campaign and the Green Party of Brooklyn are organizing a march to show solidarity for our indigenous brothers and sisters fighting for their lives at Sacred Stone Camp. Join our march to Hillary Clinton's HQ in Brooklyn to rebuke her deafening silence about the violence and repression happening in North Dakota.
We are meeting at 494 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (Albee Square, at the corner of Bond and Fulton) at 11am and will march up Fulton St to Clinton's campaign office at 300 Cadman Plaza W, Brooklyn, NY 11201Read more
Indigenous Peoples' Day arrives at a crucial moment this electoral season, as the inspiring indigenous-led movement at Standing Rock continues to draw attention to how the U.S. government systematically violates the rights of Native Americans. Unlike the Clinton and Trump campaigns, we are committed to respecting treaties with Native peoples and transforming the nature of this colonial relationship.Read more
Cleveland OH: The Green Party of Ohio stands with and supports those who oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL).
The Standing Rock Sioux tribe and others have joined forces to protest the construction by Energy Transfer Partners of the pipeline, which would cross over ancient Native American burial grounds.Read more
Cleveland OH: The Green Party of Ohio is urging the voters of Youngstown, Ohio to support Charter Amendment Number 6, otherwise known as the Community Bill of Rights in the election to be held on November 8th. This amendment would codify the right of the citizens of Youngstown to enjoy the benefits of clean water, air and soil and give them the right of local control in matters of the procedure known as fracking and the disposal of wastes that are the end result of fracking.
The amendment would ban the city government or any corporation from engaging in fracking or disposing of fracking wastes within the city limits. It would also hold accountable the parties engaging in fracking on properties adjacent to the city of Youngstown, including the Meander Creek Reservoir. This reservoir contains the water supply for the city of Youngstown as well as other area municipalities.Read more