Category Archives: Imperialism

200 Sustainers for 12 Goals by 2020

Sean D./ November 3, 2017/ Alachua, Bay, Black Lives Matter, Broward, Campaigns, Capitalism, Civil Liberties, Collier, County/Affiliate News, Economics, Electoral, Environment, Fascism, Fracking, Green Party & Activism, Healthcare, Hernando, Homeless, Imperialism, International, Israel & Palestine, Issues, Medical Marijuana, Miami, Middle East, Orange, Palm Beach, Peace, Pipelines, Politics, St. Petersburg, Students, Tampa, Trans-Pacific Partnership, War on Drugs, Youth/ 1 comments

1.) Double Registered Greens in Florida to 16,000  2.) Start 15 new Local Chapters (5 a year)  3.) Field a Full Slate of Candidate’s (State-Wide, Congress, State Legislative, County Commissioner, School Board, Sheriff, Mayor, City Council, Soil & Water Districts)  4.) Develop and Maintain State-Wide network of Phone/Text bankers, and canvassers for campaigns through the 10 More Votes App (or

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Green Party of Florida calls for Peace Treaty Process on Korean Peninsula

Sean D./ August 24, 2017/ Green Party & Activism, Imperialism, International, Issues, Peace, Politics, Press Release/ 0 comments

Green Party of Florida calls for a Peace Treaty Process on the Korean Peninsula August 24, 2017 The Green Party of Florida joins the United States and South Korean Green Parties in calling for a political and diplomatic solution to the Korean War instead of further militarization of the situation. Green Parties across the world have called for global nuclear

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Student Leader, Jared Austin, Kicks Off State Green Party Annual Meeting

admin/ June 17, 2015/ Campaigns, Capitalism, Civil Liberties, Economics, Environment, GPF Annual Meeting, Green Party & Activism, Imperialism, Israel & Palestine, Issues, Students, Tampa, Youth/ 0 comments

As many of you know environmental degradation is no single issue, it is embedded in the same system that has plagued workers, minorities, and various other oppressed groups for going on centuries; this system, of course, is capitalism and it was this realization within our organization that got us much closer to the actual Green Party platform and got us into the streets.