Green Party of Rhode Island
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THE JILL STEIN CAMPAIGN IN RHODE ISLAND
Jill Stein, the Green Party's presidential nominee, visited Rhode Island again on Friday, September 23. In an event hosted by the Rhode Island College Environmental Club, Jill spoke to about 100 supporters and volunteers, at Sapinsley Hall on the RIC campus. Stein earlier visited Rhode Island on Wednesday, July 20 to meet with volunteers, conduct one-on-one press interviews, join a backyard fundraiser, and lend her support to the No LNG in PVD protest in Providence. During that day-long stop, Jill met with Green Party activists as well as many former Bernie Sanders supporters, to talk about her "Power to the People Plan." If you want to stay in the loop, click this link and let us know you are interested: SEND ME UPDATES ABOUT JILL STEIN in RHODE ISLAND!
What is the Green Party?
The Green Party of Rhode Island is an independent political party, founded in 1992. Since then we've sponsored Green candidates for president every four years, as well as for Congress, lieutenant governor, the General Assembly, city and town councils, Providence mayor, and other municipal offices. The Green Party's core principles include Ecology, Equality, Democracy, and Peace. We are a state affiliate of the Green Party of the United States. Want to learn more? Click here: About the GREEN PARTY.
Fighting for ecology and justice
Just like other political parties we sponsor candidates for office, but some of our most important work comesbetween elections, when we do grass-roots organizing on issues the other parties ignore. We fight fossil fuel pipelines and promote wind and solar. We're working to end police profiling and brutality, and put a stop to racial discrimination. We advocate your right to privacy and civil liberties. We oppose mass surveillance, and would end mass incarceration. We support legalization of marijuana (cannabis) and hemp. We are against war, and support the peace movement in Rhode Island. If you agree with us on these issues, you can help! Click this link to learn more about our issue campaigns: How to GET INVOLVED
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