Miko Peled on Israel and Palestine

Miko Peled spoke on December 5, 2023 at the Bethlehem Library, Delmar, New York. His topics were the Gaza war, Israel, Palestine and Zionism. A member of the DC Statehood Green Party, Peled is an outspoken advocate for Palestinian Rights and the author of The General's Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine. Continue reading

Remembering the start of the Korean War

The twin-underpass railroad bridge at No Gun Ri, South Korea, in 1960. Ten years earlier, the U.S. military killed a large number of South Korean refugees under and around the bridge, early in the Korean War. 72 years ago, on June 25, 1950, the Korean War began after a series of cross-border conflicts. Member of the International Committee of the Green Party of the United States Austin Bashore honors the memory of those killed in No Geun Ri. There is still no peace treaty signed to end the Korean War. Continue reading

DOCTORS' ORDERS: Do Not Extradite Assange

300 doctors have written to the UK Home Secretary, Priti Patel, to remind her that Julian Assange's stroke has not been discussed in the courts & that the US assurances, based on a mental health condition only, are obsolete. Our guests are Dr. Jill Stein, Prof. Bill Hogan, Dr. Sue Wareham & Mary Kostakidis. Continue reading

Green Spotlight Presentation: an introduction to The Green Party

The Green Party of Kansas City, Missouri's monthly Green Spotlight Presentation: The Green Party: An Introduction to Corporate-Free Politics with Nathan Kline.

Managing Press Conferences and Other Media Events

The Media Committee of the Green Party of the United States recently hosted a webinar on everything you need to know about hosting press conferences and managing press coverage. This was specifically geared toward candidates and will include useful tips for improving your presentation skills. Learn how to think like an editor and reframe difficult questions to maximize your press coverage.  Continue reading

Challenging the Two-Party Duopoly

Day 2 of the Third Party Summit, March 19, 2022 This segment features an interview with 2020 the Green Party Presidential Candidate Howie Hawkins. Presented by the Revolutionary Blackout Network. Continue reading

What Feminism Means to Me

Green Spotlight Presentation: What Feminism Means to Me - with Erika Darling KANSAS CITY, MO – The Green Party of Kansas City Missouri's monthly Green Spotlight Presentation: Erika Darling presents "What Feminism Means to Me"

Removing Pesticides from Our Public Spaces

Presented by the Green Party of St Louis on April 8, 2021 Public areas such as parks, playgrounds and schoolyards are routinely sprayed with various chemicals to control insects and plants. Evidence has mounted showing that these chemicals damage human health. Pesticides tend to be used disproportionately in African American communities. Continue reading

US / NATO Aggression at the Russian Border

A conversation between US, Russian and Ukrainian Peace activists Corporate media in the US has been warning about a possible invasion of Ukraine by Russia. This, Russia denies. But this propaganda has been used by the Biden Administration to whip up sentiment for war. Billions of dollars of US arms have been sent to Ukraine, Ukraine has massed an estimated 145,000 troops on the Russian border with US “advisors” supporting their effort. Continue reading

Protecting Waters of the Earth

Black and Green Wednesday Event Sponsored by the Green Party of St. Louis and the Universal African Peoples Organization Many manufacturing and agricultural practices, especially animal confinement, degrade water quality. Colonialism intensifies disputes over withdrawal of water from the Blue Nile. Hydro-power from dams intensifies climate change, compromises habitat, and poisons animal and human life. Continue reading