Green Party leaders on Monday expressed hope that news of the killing of Osama bin Laden marks a new stage, in which US troops are withdrawn from Iraq and Afghanistan; air assaults on Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Libya are halted; the US presses Israel to observe full human rights and justice for the Palestinian people; and violations of domestic civil liberties are overturned.
Green Party leaders assert that aid to Haiti must not be delivered under the barrel of a US machine gun; Greens thank Obama for granting long overdue Temporary Protected Status to Haitians in the US
Green Party Black Caucus contacts: http://www.gp.org/committees/black
WASHINGTON, DC — Green Party leaders expressed sympathy and solidarity with the people of Haiti in the wake of Tuesday’s catastrophic earthquake, and urged President Obama to make peace, political self-determination, and economic self-sufficiency part of US relief efforts for Haiti.
As posted at onthewilderside.com
Global Greens forum on December 13 to address global warming during UN Copenhagen Climate Conference
Green Party leaders from around the world–including Wangari Maathai, José Bové and Elizabeth May–to participate; US Greens challenge Obama to stop appeasing corporate polluters and peddling inadequate measures.
WASHINGTON, DC — Green Party leaders from every corner of the globe will participate in a public forum in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Sunday, December 13, during the United Nations Copenhagen Climate Conference.… Read more ...
Disclosure: Ian Wilder is IPR blogger Kimberly Wilder’s husband.
Press Release from the Green Party of Suffolk. November 5, 2009:
Green Party of Suffolk
14 Robin Drive Huntington, NY 11743-4712
Roger Snyder, Chair 631-351-5763
Three Green Party of Suffolk members elected chairs of national committees
The Green Party of Suffolk is proud to announce that its Chair Roger Snyder and Secretary Ian Wilder have been elected to be Co-chairs of the Green Party of the United States (GP-US) Accreditation Committee (AC) and Presidential Campaign Support Committee (PCSC) respectively.
KW writes: The Green Party of the United States (GP-US) held is Annual National Meeting in Durham, North Carolina. It was an off election year and non-presidential prep year, so the focus was on workshops, issues, local candidate elections, and internal elections.
Attendance: There has not been an official attendance report.… Read more ...
The Green Party of the United States (GP-US) has a national office in Washington, DC which is home base for a handful of staffers. Emily Citkowski is a staff person who has been involved in various tasks such as communications, administrative work for the Steering Committee, etc. at various times over the years.… Read more ...
Green Parties in Pakistan and the US are demanding an end to US military attacks within Pakistan’s borders, which have killed 900 civilians and left villages in ruins.
Pakistan Green Party leader Liaquat Ali Shaikh, in a recent tour of American cities, met with American Greens and discussed major points of agreement, especially on the need to end the drone attacks. … Read more ...
The Green Party of the United State National Committee, which includes representatives from the affiliated states and caucuses, recently finished a round of voting which passed some important resolutions.