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GreenStream: Cynthia McKinney on Wednesday March 2

Via and Ronald Hardy at Green Party Watch:

WASHINGTON, DC — The Green Party’s online livestream show ‘GreenStream Wednesday’ will feature Cynthia McKinney, the party’s 2008 presidential nominee, and journalist Jared Ball on Wednesday evening, March 2, 10:00 pm ET, 7:00 pm PT.

Along with discussion between the two guests, the one-hour show will present Green news, interviews, video clips, and viewer participation.

Viewers can tune in at or go to and enter the channel name: greenpartyus. The channel is also accessible at the Green Party’s video page (

The first show, which aired on February 23, featured interviews with Wisconsin Green Party leaders on the protests in their state against Gov. Scott Walker’s budget plan that would cut benefits and abolish collective bargaining. The guests were Tony Palmeri, elected Green member of the Oshkosh City Council; Amy Mondloch, Executive Director of the Grassroots Leadership College in Madison ( and a long-time Green Party activist; and AJ Segneri, co-chair of the Wisconsin Green Party ( They were interviewed by Starlene Rankin and Craig Seeman of the Green Party’s Media Committee. The show, with video clips of the Wisconsin protests, continued for a half hour beyond its scheduled one-hour time.

To participate in the ongoing discussion in the chat window during the show, viewers can log in to Livestream or can join the chat as a nonmember guest. Viewers can register for a free Livestream account by clicking on ‘Sign Up’ at the top of the page, but membership is not necessary to watch the broadcast. The shows are repeated in rotation after the initial broadcast and are archived on the Green Party Livestream Channel web site.

Guest bios for March 2:

Cynthia McKinney served six terms in the US House of Representatives as a Democrat before joining the Green Party in 2007 and becoming the Green Party’s 2008 candidate for President. Since 2008, Ms. McKinney has been a champion of Palestinian Rights and a supporter of the Free Gaza movement. In 2009, she was one of 21 activists on a Free Gaza relief ship that was rammed and taken captive by the Israeli Navy. She was held by the Israelis for 5 days. In 2010, Ms. McKinney participated in portions of the Bike4Peace event from San Francisco to Washington, DC.

Jared Ball is assistant professor of communication studies at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland, where his research interests include the interaction between colonialism, mass media theory and history, and the development of alternative/underground journalism and cultural expression as mechanisms of social movements and political organization. He is founder and producer of ‘FreeMix Radio: The Original Mixtape Radio Show’ and former editor for the first academic journal dedicated to hip-hop, ‘The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture’. He briefly sought the Green Party nomination for President in 2008 before pulling out and endorsing Cynthia McKinney. Mr. Ball is host of ‘Midday Jazz: Jazz & Justice’ on WPFW (89.3 FM) every Monday, 1 to 3 pm ET.


  1. Jerry S. Jerry S. March 5, 2011

    Maybe I’ll wake up by dinner time! The very next thread on IPR has the info!

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  2. paulie paulie March 5, 2011

    @8 Nice…I was there when those were filmed.

    @10 Not a joke, use the Pirate Party link under Parties we have, or do a search. They have members of Parliament in Europe, and they are quite serious.

  3. Jerry S. Jerry S. March 5, 2011

    @10 I blew that one it should be haCker not haRker, sorry…

  4. Jerry S. Jerry S. March 5, 2011

    Can you tell us something about the Pirate Party> I thought it was just a harkers’ joke.(?)

  5. Shii Shii March 5, 2011

    I watched the GreenStream a few days ago and discovered it only had 15 viewers. Damn. I mean, most random streams of people’s faces have more than that. Democracy Now has 1000 viewers a day.

    I’m registered Green but the party’s inability to deal with its own irrelevance has me thinking I should switch to something else, like Pirate. Arrr

  6. FKC FKC March 4, 2011

    For that matter, how many Greens read IPR anymore? I don’t see many comment here recently…

  7. paulie paulie March 4, 2011

    Not too many, i would guess, based on the response when suggestions like this are thrown out on such threads.

    Which is a shame…we have things to learn from each other in the nuts and bolts department.

    That’s one of the reasons I spend my time at IPR.

    I wonder if I’d be better off doing something different…

  8. paulie paulie March 4, 2011

    Good idea. I wonder how many of our Libertarian and other readers read these Green Party threads to see suggestions like this…

  9. Porn Again Christian Porn Again Christian March 4, 2011

    Libertarians and others should do this livestream thing.

  10. paulie paulie March 2, 2011

    Also @1, Carlin and Jones are basically correct.

  11. paulie paulie March 2, 2011

    Jerry, the results were not all that surprising to me.

    Running a former member of the US House is just not that big a deal as alt parties think it is.

    LP: Ron Paul ’88, Bob Barr ’08
    GP: McKinney ’08

    None did anything unusual for their parties’ historical performance.

    And as for celebrity candidates…

    Pat Buchanan, Reform 2000
    Nader, Green ’96 and Independent ’04 and ’08

    The one exceptions during that whole time was Nader 2000 and Perot ’92 and ’96.

    To find another alt candidate for president that broke out of the fraction of a percent pack, you have to go back to 1980.

    It’s just not easy to do, and it depends a lot on the quality of the campaign.

  12. Jerry S. Jerry S. March 2, 2011

    Anyone announced interest in the GP POTUS nom. yet? I thought Ms. McKinney would have did much better in ’08. I truly wonder if she was turmoiled inside. Seeing an african-american holding the DP nom. and that close to the office she may have had mixed feeling about pulling support away from him. Just my thoughts.

    She may realize now he is just another puppet!

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