The Justice Party recently announced a series of upcoming Zoom meetings focused on organizing grassroots members. Established in 2011 by citizen activists frustrated with the duopoly, the Justice Party focuses on social, economic, and environmental justice while restricting the influence of corporations in politics.
The party ran former mayor of Salt Lake City Rocky Anderson for president in 2012 in addition to a handful of candidates for lower office in Utah and Vermont. Anderson appeared on the ballot in 15 states excluding write-in locations and took just over 43,000 total votes. The party has not fielded a presidential candidate since; however, they did endorse Sen. Bernie Sanders during the 2016 presidential election cycle.
The meetings are scheduled for June 27 to June 30 and will feature a presentation made by Anderson, now the executive director of the organization, before opening up to an audience Q&A session. Registration is required and more information can be found here.