At Green Party Watch, there is a poll about potential Green Party Presidential candidates for 2012. The list was created by the website Green Party Watch, so it is not official. Though, the community of Green Party Watch includes many Green Party leaders and insiders.
On the list are:
Jared Ball (DC)
Rosa Clemente (NY)
Tom Clements (SC)
Howie Hawkins (NY)
Jesse Johnson (WV)
Cynthia McKinney (GA)
Jill Stein (MA)
kat swift (TX)
Laura Wells (CA)
Rich Whitney (IL)
There is also a space to vote for “Another Green Party candidate not listed here”.… Read more ...
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.
Rosa Clemente, hip-hop activist and 2008 Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate, has a new program on WBAI 99.5FM in New York City. WBAI is listener-sponsored, community radio for peace and justice, a Pacifica Radio affiliate.
“Hip-Hop State of Mind” will be broadcast in the NYC metro area (including parts of Connecticut, New Jersey and Long Island) on Saturdays at noon.… Read more ...
In the 2008 election, Rosa Clemente ran for Vice President of the United States on the Green Party line (along with Cynthia McKinney for President.)
Rosa Clemente will speak on Sunday May 17, at 6pm at the Salem United Methodist Church located at 211 West 129th Street in Harlem, debating the question, “Has Mayor Bloomberg Been Good for Black People, Yes or No?”.… Read more ...
The Obama Administration has taken the first step to mending 50 years of antagonism with Cuba by relaxing some of the gift and travel restrictions with the socialist nation…
Although key provisions from the long-standing trade embargo were modified, non-Cuban Americans are still restricted from traveling, and gifts to high-ranking officials of the Cuban government are still forbidden…
A long-time critic of Castro’s regime and the deification of Che Guevara in popular culture, Cuban rapper Pitbull is hopeful that President Obama’s diplomatic relations will eventually move Cuba into democracy…
Former 2008 Green Party VP candidate Rosa Clemente was less optimistic of Obama’s latest move.
Rosa Clemente, 2008 Green candidate for Vice President, announces ‘Path of Most Resistance’ speaking tour
WASHINGTON, DC — Rosa Clemente, the Green Party’s 2008 candidate for Vice President of the United States, has announced a national speaking tour with a focus on Hip Hop conferences, symposiums, town hall meetings, and many other public events, as well as Black History Month, Women’s History Month, and Latino Heritage Month.… Read more ...
A sincere thank you for all your support during mine and Cynthia McKinney’s historic campaign this past year. I am booking now for Black History month, Women’s History month, Latino heritage month, Hip Hop Conferences, Symposiums, and Town Hall meetings.… Read more ...
A 2008 vice presidential candidate came to CCSU to share her views on the historic elec- tion and what it means to African-Americans. She was the other woman who was running for Vice President of the United States, but many may not have heard of Rosa Clemente.
The title of her talk was “Running for All Our Lives: Rosa Clemente’s Vice Presidential Campaign as a Black, Puerto Rican, Hip Hop Activist” and it was standing room only in Founders Hall.