October 22 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
As the United States faces escalating ecological, economic and social crises, polls are showing 60% of the population want more political parties to choose from. And yet, alternative parties and independent candidates face structural inequalities designed by the two dominant parties.In this session we’ll explore the history of the Green Party as an international movement and its role in the United States, why the Left should consider political independence as a strategic priority, the Green Party’s embrace of Eco-Socialism and its trailblazing campaigns for a Green New Deal, and how we can all fight for more fair and democratic elections that will result in more diverse views and representation in government, regardless of party membership.
Zoom details will be sent the day of the discussion to those who have registered.
Join us for a discussion with :
Michael O’Neil– Green Party National Coordinator
Gloria Mattera– Brooklyn’s own Green Party New York Coordinator
Anita Rios- Green Party National Co-Chair
Robin Harris- Green Party National Black Caucus Co-Chair, Green Party of Florida Co-Chair
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