Green Party National Women’s Caucus marks International Women’s Day

11167966_1616116421959257_6846481472562670493_nThe National Women’s Caucus of the Green Party of the U.S. is inviting supporters to join in honoring women around the world on May 8, International Women’s Day.

The caucus said in a statement, “There is a generation of women ready to be that catalyst to improve upon the work already done, and to push it to new levels of cultural importance with real-life solutions. Women support each other across communities, across cultures, across continents — offering inspired solutions for the benefit of our collective future. On this day of global celebration, join us — alongside millions of others — to support the elevation of women’s voices, leadership and impact across all sectors of society, as we work in partnership to determine our collective future and evolve our world!”

Caucus spokeswoman Kate Culver said, “I am excited about the future for women and the world as a whole because, more and more, women are standing and being heard. Being heard, that’s the important part. That’s when we’ll see a healthier, more just world.”


Green Party urges President Obama, Sec. of State Kerry to reject tar sands pipeline

green party earthflowerGreens see danger of approval after the State Dept.’s report and call the pipeline a test for Obama: Will he fight climate change or surrender to Big Oil?

WASHINGTON, DC — “President Obama is standing at a crossroads right now. He can say no to the Keystone XL pipeline and prove that his administration is serious about reducing production and consumption of fossil fuels. Or he can satisfy Big Oil and major investors by okaying the pipeline’s conveyance of dirty, dangerous tar-sands crude oil from Canada across the U.S.,” said Darryl! L.C. Moch, co-chair of the Green Party of the United States.

Green Party leaders called the State Department’s Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, released last week, a troubling sign that the President might approve the pipeline soon.

The Green Party has strongly opposed the pipeline and is urging the Secretary of State John Kerry and the State Dept., as well as other agencies, to reject it. (The State Dept.’s 90-day National Interest Determination is now underway.) Continue Reading