Stand with Jill to oppose mass incarceration, racist prisons and police violence as key foundations of institutional racism.
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Green Party presidential candidate, Dr. Jill Stein, has consistently stood against institutional racism in all its forms by standing up and showing up for frontline communities. She’s been there for political prisoner Reverend Pinkney in his home community in Benton Harbor, Michigan, and rallied with local activists in Ferguson, Missouri against the racist police violence. And she has adopted the National Action Plan for Racial Justice Now, developed by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, as an integral part of her Power To the People Plan.
When other presidential candidates are forced to speak about the oppression and exploitation confronting Black people in our society, you will notice they want to quickly pivot away from a discussion about race to a discussion about the economy. Racial Inequality is more than just an economic issue. It's a structural feature of our society that requires a structural solution.
In stark contrast to the Presidential candidates offered up by the two corporately controlled parties, we are building a people powered campaign that aims to dismantle institutional racism and white supremacy.
We will fight to implement a National Plan of Action for Racial Justice developed by Black and other oppressed peoples.
Schools should be run for kids. Not for profit.
I stand with Jill Stein, parents, teachers and communities across the nation to resist the bipartisan drive to privatize public education.
Former slaves knew education was a human right, and forced authorities to establish some of the nation's first universal public schools. The idea had powerful enemies then, and it still does.
Today the foes of public education are Wall Street and the US Chamber of Commerce. They're the hedge fund investors behind charter school chains, the testing companies, the venture philanthropy foundations and the politicians of both major parties.
The current the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization guarantees the profits of testing companies and locks into place the harsh and misguided curriculum "reforms" with no demonstrated value being inflicted at great cost on poor schools across the country. This bill will continue providing generous profits for the venture philanthropy consultants that devised these misguided policies in the first place.
The Green Party's Jill Stein is the only presidential candidate who opposes the privatization of public education, and who unequivocally rejects the current version of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, which sets the stage for more high stakes testing, punishing, and privatizing of our public schools, and continued abuse of students, teachers, and low income communities.
No is a powerful word. Sometimes, no is the strongest affirmation there is.
We stand in solidarity with the people of Greece, for standing up to the extortion tactics of the big banks and saying no to austerity and no to the demands of the EU and IMF.
Sign below if you stand with Jill in support of Greece voicing a resounding ‘yes’ for Democracy, self-determination, and ‘yes’ to prioritizing for people over profit.
I stand with Jill to oppose HR412 and preserve public financing of presidential elections.
A bill is working through Congress that could strike a severe blow to all independent campaigns that aren't poisoned by big corporate money. Specifically, it would end public funding for presidential elections.
Public funding for the presidential election comes from people voluntarily checking the box on their IRS form to designate $3 of their taxes to support clean money campaigns. HR412 is an assault on one of the last remaining counterweights to total control by big money of our elections and would drive yet another nail into the coffin of Democracy. This bill is the opposite of what America needs. We need to stop this bill.