Leadership we can trust.

Jill Stein:
Hilsen fra Norge! Greetings from Norway, where we’ve been on an anti-Tar Sands campaign swing with the Norwegian and Finnish Greens! — Facebook

Green Talks conference in Oslo

On Tuesday  April 16, prominent Green politicians from USA, Germany and Sweden filled Oslo as Miljøpartiet De Grønne arranged the Green Talks conference. The conference was a great success and bears tidings of intensified international cooperation between Green parties in the years to come… http://europeangreens.eu/news/green-talks-conference-oslo

"We shall raise our voice on behalf of future generations that are robbed of their future." Jill Stein | Photo © Monica Løvdahl “We shall raise our voice on behalf of future generations that are robbed of their future.” Jill Stein

More pix: http://www.facebook.com/drjillstein/posts/550040418369486

 

Cheri Honkala:
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We will be marching from Philadelphia to Washington DC. Leaving at 1:00 pm from 3rd and Cumberland on the 18th of May and arriving to The Department of Commerce by the 24th of May to Demand Green Jobs Now! We need Jobs now in order to provide for our families and save our planet!

Join us as poor and unemployed families march everyday and pitch tents along the roadside.

Follow us at http://economichumanrights.org/ as we daily put a face on this crisis.

No more unemployment, homelessness, poor health and the closing of our schools.

Fracking, the Keystone pipeline and drones are not the answer to unemployment or a healthy environment!

JOIN OUR ARMY: OPERATION GREEN JOBS MARCH FOR GREEN JOBS, A LIFE WITH DIGNITY AND OUR FUTURE!

POOR PEOPLES ECONOMIC HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN 174 West Diamond Philadelphia PA 19122

http://economichumanrights.org/operation-green-jobs-march-from-philadelphia-to-washington-d-c-may-18-24-2013/

Earlier, here in SA, help elect Antonio Diaz:

Antonio Díaz, 59, a community activist and independent contractor… vying for the District 2 council seat.
Díaz, head of the Texas Indigenous Council, said he wants to ensure that District 2 residents get adequate representation, which he says is lacking with Taylor.
“At this point, many don’t even know who their City Council person is and feel they’re not properly represented,” Díaz said. “It’s a matter of equality. Being a human rights activist, that’s been my focus for 20 years.”
Infrastructure is the major concern of most District 2 constituents, as is safety and combating crime, Díaz added.
Interactive map & demographics of Council Districts: