US economic sanctions against Cuba

Cuba Q & A with Henry Lowendorf Part of an ongoing series of discussions with Justin Paglino, Green for Congress We discuss the long history of US economic sanctions against Cuba, which started in 1960. The historical context, the precipitating events, annual condemnation of the sanctions by the UN, and current efforts to end them. Continue reading

Biden's Wars: The First 100 Days

This webinar will review the state of America’s widespread warfare at the start of the Biden administration. Like Obama, Biden was elected promising an end to the military campaigns initiated by the Bush/Cheney administration but, like Obama, he is sustaining these conflicts while making political gestures aimed at convincing the public that he is pursuing a more peaceful foreign policy. This discussion will cover both the overt armed conflicts in which America remains engaged and the clandestine, economic, and propaganda warfare which remain key components of US policy. Continue reading

EcoAction for Candidates

On August 24, 2021, the EcoAction Committee of the Green Party hosted a webinar about about ways Green Party candidates can raise ecological issues such as the Green New Deal, clean air and water, public power, sustainability, and more in your elections. Learn about some campaign resources presently available and help identify needs for new ones. Continue reading

Palestine Experiences and Community Organizing

Illinois Green Party Series #14 Illinois Green Party Series: Palestine Experiences and Community Organizing with Guest Charla Burnett. Join Calvin and David as we talk with our guest about their experience in Palestine, their community organizing, and views on the democratization of technology. Continue reading

Ahmed Eltouny on U.S. government support for the state of Israel's apartheid regime

Green Party National Co-Chair Ahmed Eltouny describes how the United States and the state of Israel's shared history of settler-colonialism reinforces U.S. military and political support for Israel's apartheid regime against Palestinians. Continue reading

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. Continue reading

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.  Continue reading

GreenSocialist Notes #23: Whistleblowers with John Kiriakou

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Minneapolis City Council Rep. Cam Gordon, Green Running for Re-Election!

It's the anniversary of the infamous "Santa Clara" SCOTUS decision that granted "#corporatepersonhood", so join @CameronAGordon, City Council rep for Minneapolis Ward 2, to discuss why we must elect folks who REJECT corporate money & fight for REAL PEOPLE! We have big plans to keep producing impactful media to grow the Green Party! Please donate today or become a Monthly Sustainer so we can break through the corporate sound barrier. Continue reading

Envisioning a Greener New Deal

We must halt environmental destruction while providing a better quality of life for everyone on Earth. Since our hope has been that alternative energy can replace fossil fuels, it can be overwhelming to learn of its limitations. How real are concerns with nuclear, solar, wind, and hydro-power? How can overcoming capitalism help attain the social justice and shorter work week that humanity needs? This webinar explored core issues involved in creating a better world while using vastly less energy and producing what we need for a brighter future. Continue reading