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  • published Stand with Amazon workers in Press Room 2021-09-04 17:31:50 -0400

    Stand with Amazon workers

    September 04, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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  • Greens demonstrate in defense of Velenzuelan consulate

    September 04, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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  • Statement on Central American Refugee Caravan

    September 04, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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    Latinx Caucus Statement on Central American Refugee Caravan

    September 26, 2018

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the United States calls on all Americans to take a stand for justice and compassion and to take responsibility for the human rights crisis created by decades of abusive and exploitative American foreign policy. We must allow the refugees flooding out of Central America to apply for political asylum.

    Thousands of Central American refugees are marching to the United States-Mexico border in the hope that they will be able to apply for political asylum. This march started in Honduras on October 13, 2018, with about 600 Hondurans, consisting of entire families who are escaping violence and persecution. This violence stems from the erosion of the rule of law and the destabilization of entire communities as collateral damage resulting from decades of United States intervention in the region. Violence is also perpetrated by gangs which originated in the United States.

    We condemn the actions of the Mexican Federal police who attacked the refugees with tear gas and smoke bombs, and call on the government of Mexico to protect the refugees from further harassment and persecution.

    We urge all Americans to demand reform in United States foreign policy in Central America to allow the people of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador to choose their own leaders and stabilize their communities. We support humanitarian aid rather than military aid to the region. Only through these measures will the flood of refugees be halted. Americans must never forget that United States imperialism has been terrorizing, raping and murdering Honduras and other countries of Central America for decades. The United States invaded Honduras seven times between 1903 and 1925, and turned that country into a banana plantation. Those bananas were grown solely for export to the United States on militarized plantations. In the 1980's, the United States turned Honduras into a military base to launch "Contra Wars" in central America.

    As recently as 2009 a military coup was waged in Honduras by officers who were trained in the United States at the notorious Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (formerly the School of the Americas). That regime, supported by the Obama Administration, has promoted violence, rape and murder through its right wing death squads. Just as Trump refuses to honor the validity of refugee request for political asylum, under the Obama administration Secretary of State Hillary Clinton rejected granting political asylum to refugees from Honduras and advocated that they be deported. Since the 2009 coup over 100 environmental activists have been murdered in Honduras, including world renowned activist Berta Caceres. These conditions create a humanitarian crisis that no one is responding to and is the underlying cause of ongoing mass migration to the United States.

    We must support and protect these Central American refugees who are seeking nothing more than safety and stability. We condemn the lies being spread about these refugees by President Trump and we condemn the evil and racist foreign policy abuses perpetrated this administration and all previous administrations.

    Contact
    Anita Rios, [email protected]
    William Nogueras, [email protected]



  • published Cuba Statement in Press Room 2021-08-29 19:33:03 -0400

    Cuba Statement

    September 05, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
    6615477286

    Cuba Statement

    July 17, 2021

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party condemns the recent ruling by Texas federal Judge Andrew S. Hanen which states that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals #DACA is illegal.
    DACA was a “band aid” that does not provide a path to citizenship nor provide a solution for millions of undocumented immigrants. We call upon Congress to pass common sense immigration reform by providing a path to citizenship for all 11 million undocumented immigrants
    In addition, we call upon the voters in the nine states which brought the legal action against DACA; Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, West Virginia, Mississippi, and Kansas to clean house and vote in new leaders. Rather than waste their state’s money on vindictive bigoted legal actions, those states should be pushing for #ImmigrationReform that allows people to come to this country, work to build a life here, and to safely travel back and forth between the US and their home country. By instituting policies that allow for the legal movement of people across borders, we strengthen communities here and across Latin America, and we strike a blow against the organized crime that thrives under our current laws.
    We stand with #Dreamers and demand a real and permanent solution.
    Anita Rios, Latinx Caucus Co-Chair

  • The Waterway Is A Lifeline For The People Of Vieques And Culebra

    September 05, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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    The Waterway Is A Lifeline For The People Of Vieques And Culebra

    April 9, 2021

    On April 2nd while Catholics worldwide observed Good Friday, the people of Culebra and Vieques took to the streets to protest the maritime transportation system.The outcry for justice echoed “We want transportation with dignity and efficiency” “The waterway is our road, it is not luxury” and “We denounce inhumanity and unite our hands”. The islands of Culebra and Vieques are part of the archipelago of islands that constitute Puerto Rico, which has been a colony of the United States for the past 123 years.

    The residents of these islands confront a daily unpredictable and challenging ferry service including overbooked reservations, or the cancellation of the ferry altogether. The waterway is the main road that connects the islands of Vieques and Culebra to mainland Puerto Rico and lack of access jeopardizes employment, education, and healthcare. Vieques does not have a hospital; the most vulnerable patients on dialysis and receiving treatments for cancer are left without vital medical services.This inadequate maritime service has contributed to food shortages since most of the foods on these islands are imported.

    On March 28th the many residents, having exhausted petitions and meetings and with legislators to remedy this urgent crisis, took to the sea in kayaks and small boats to block the ferries and prevent them from leaving the port. Dolly Camareno Díaz from Culebra, a candidate for the mayor of Culebra in the last elections, was one of the leaders of the protest in a kayak and one of the many women that prevented the ferry service from leaving the port.

    Despite several arrests and fines, protesters deemed this action as necessary to give visibility to, and amplify their demands. They vowed to continue their fight for justice as news outlets covered the story both nationally and internationally. Some of the demands put forth were the designation of maritime services as an essential service, participation of residents in decision making, and the designation of representatives of the maritime transportation system to ensure accessibility of designated round trips to residents of the islands. A top priority is the immediate cancellation of the current contract with APP that was procured illegally under questionable circumstances, with disastrous effects for residents that rely on ferry services.

    The passage by Congress of The Puerto Rican,Management and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA) in 2016 has had devastating consequences on the people of Puerto Rico. The passing of this law was a direct outcome of the 72 billion dollar debt incurred by the government of Puerto Rico as a result of its colonial relationship to the United States. PROMESA facilitated the imposition of an unelected seven member fiscal Control Board appointed by the United States Congress to administer the government finances of Puerto Rico. This board’s mission is to restructure the debt, but in reality it serves as a collection agency that seeks payment of the debt on behalf of bondholders and vulture capitalists, at the expense of the people of Puerto Rico. As the megaphones sound off chants among protesters resound the threat of displacement “They want to gentrify but we won’t allow it.” In January 2017 Puerto Rico passed legislation making it a tax haven for U.S. citizens that become residents of Puerto Rico . The tax laws, known as “Act 20”, “the Export Service Act” and “Act 22, Individual Investor Act” , shield new residents of Puerto Rico from paying most federal tax, residents pay minimal or possibly no taxes on interest and dividends, as well as capital gains.

    In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and María in 2017 a flood of investors have come to Puerto Rico, particularly the islands of Vieques and Culebra to buy properties at an alarming rate. As investors take advantage of laws that create tax advantages for millionaires the fiscal control board continues to implement austerity measures further impoverishing the Puerto Rican people.

    The people of Culebra, Vieques and the mainland will continue to take their struggle to the streets or the sea as they face austerity measures, privatization, closing of schools, the reductions of essential services and the selling of land and natural resources.

    The people of the islands of Vieques and Culebra have been at the forefront of struggles and galvanized international solidarity and support in their historical removal of the United States Navy and it’s war maneuvers. Their victory resonates as one of the most outstanding people’s victories. Once again international solidarity is needed to support their struggle for essential maritime services and against gentrification and displacement. The root cause of these problems is the colonial status which can only be resolved with the independence of Puerto Rico .

    As of the writing of this article there are a series of protests that have been scheduled in the streets of Puerto Rico clamoring for justice on issues of environmental racism such as coal ash deposits, energy privatization, and the sales of public lands and beaches. There is a seven part virtual series on Thursdays from April 15 to May 27th, with English and Spanish translation, that will discuss the colonial complexities facing the Puerto Rican people. These panels are in conjunction with the documentary “Landfall” that explores the colonial relationship of Puerto Rico and how that relationship has unfolded in the aftermath of Hurricane María.

    Please visit the facebook page of A Call to Action on Puerto Rico to receive updates about the evolving situation of Puerto Rico.

    GPUS Latinx Caucus
    By Lorraine Liriano Chávez


  • International Day Of Solidarity With The Independence Of Puerto Rico

    September 05, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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    International Day Of Solidarity With The Independence Of Puerto Rico

    November 9, 2020

    October 30th, 2020, marked the 70th anniversary of the Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico’s uprising in Jayuya, Puerto Rico, in 1950, against the United States Military Government, which was brutally imposed on Puerto Rico by Washington DC. The Latinx Caucus supports the decolonization and Independence of Puerto Rico as a sovereign Nation and joined the International Community in a Media Blitz to establish henceforth on that day, October 30th, “International Day of Solidarity with the Independence of Puerto”.

    The National Hostosian Independence Movement, Friends of Puerto Rico Initiative, the United Independence Front, along with other organizations, kicked off the Media Blitz on October 30th, with graphics created by Puerto Rican artist Kike Estrada in Puerto Rico, the United States, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Cuba and Ecuador. The hashtags used were #EndColonialism #FreePuertoRico #70Jayuya #PRLibre. This event took place as part of the 70th Commemoration of the Jayuya Nationalist Party Uprising.

    Additionally, this event builds on the National Day of Solidarity with the Independence of Puerto Rico, which was held at Madison Square Garden on October 27, 1974, and organized by the U.S. Branch of the Puerto Rican Socialist Party and the Puerto Rico Solidarity Committee.

    Hector Lopez
    Latinx Caucus, At Large Member
    GPUS International Committee
    A Call To Action on Puerto Rico

    References:

    Movimiento Independentista Naciónal Hostosiano
    http://minhpuertorico.org/index.php/noticias/55-noticias/7757-movimiento-independentista-nacional-hostosiano/

    Bandera Roja
    https://www.bandera.org/1950-la-revolucion-nacionalista/


  • published Protect Transgender Prisoners in Press Room 2021-08-29 19:27:41 -0400

    Protect Transgender Prisoners

    August 29, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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    Protect Transgender Prisoners

    April 10, 2020

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party calls for investigations into the treatment of transgender prisoners being held in ICE detention and in US jails and prisons, and for the humane treatment of all ICE detainees.

    As the world suffers through this Covid-19 global pandemic that has already cost the lives of tens of thousands of victims, and is on course to claim countless more, we must cling ever tighter to our humanity. In the midst of this crisis we must continue to call out abuse on every level and demand protection and dignity for all. It is with this in mind that we speak out now to stand in solidarity with all immigrants who are asking nothing more than to live their lives in peace and security, and in particular transgender immigrants who often face another level of persecution.

    It is with outrage that we consider the continued human rights violations taking place in ICE detention facilities and the deaths of immigrants while in custody. ICE continues to perpetrate gross human rights abuses such as incarcerating children and separating them from their families. Similarly, transgender women prisoners are facing egregious conditions, violations of their privacy, and the risk of violence by having their gender misidentified and being placed in male facilities. The conditions created by Covid-19 increases the risk to all those in ICE custody. We support Amnesty International’s statement of April 7th,2020, calling on the US to release all detainees “except in the most extraordinary of circumstances”.

    In the last couple of years there has been an increased number of deaths of transgender prisoners in jails, prisons, and in ICE custody. We support the human rights of all prisoners and of migrants in detention, or languishing in limbo at the southern border, and call for an investigation into the deaths of all transgender prisoners. We demand that ICE grant asylum requests in an expeditious manner.

    Transgender immigrants are not the only ones at risk, a transgender woman was brutally murdered in Toa Baja, Puerto Rico on Feb 24th. Alexa Negron Luciano’s death was filmed and posted online by her murderers after she was targeted for using a women’s restroom. There have also been transgender deaths in regular prisons in The United States. On June 10, 2019 27-year-old transgender Afro-Latina Layleen Polanco from El Salvador, was found dead in her cell at New York’s Rikers Island.

    This is part of a bigger picture of abuse of those perceived as more vulnerable and goes hand in hand with violence against women and domestic violence. According to UN statistics, every day 137 women are murdered by a member of her own family. It is imperative that the deaths of Latinx transgender women, and transgender women in general be viewed in the larger context of Violence Against Women. As the covid-19 pandemic rages we must not turn our eyes from the pandemic of violence against women, and must strive to protect and support the entire community of women, including transgender women.

    Lastly, we look within to call upon our fellow Greens of the Georgia Green Party to rescind their recent statement pitting the rights of women against those of transgender women. We remind the Georgia GP that oppression is vast enough to encompass all of us, that we all rise or fall together, and invite them to participate in dialogue on this very important issue.


  • published Statement On Bolivia in Press Room 2021-08-29 19:25:36 -0400

    Statement On Bolivia

    September 05, 2021
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    Statement on Bolivia

    December 3, 2019

    In response to the abuses that have been perpetrated by the illegitimate government of Jeanine Anez, that took power in Bolivia in a coup de tat perpetrated by a cabal of the military and the wealthy elite, the Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the US calls on the OAS, the US government, the United Nations, and all governments of the region to be vigilant in support of democracy. Upcoming elections must be fair and honest. We further call for a halt to the renewed persecution and violence against indigenous people in Bolivia. Since the coup 17 pro-Morales protesters have been killed by the police and about 150 have been injured.

    MAS, Movimiento al Socialismo, the political party led by ousted president Evo Morales must be allowed to continue to be a voice of the people and to continue to carry on their successful policies. The progress that the Evo Morales government made on behalf of indigenous people and on behalf of the majority of the people of Bolivia, is now threatened. Under the Morales government poverty was reduced by over 40%, unemployment was cut in half, anti-racism legislation was passed, and indigenous people played prominent roles in government and the military. The current regime seems to be turning away from the successful policies of the Morales government and reversing efforts to focus the economy towards increasing the prosperity of the Bolivian people rather than padding the pockets of the wealthy elite and generating profits for multinational corporations.

    With Bolivia having at least one quarter of the worlds lithium deposits it is impossible to believe that multinational corporations will not seek to exploit the ouster of the Morales government. Indeed, Morales was ousted just days after cancelling an agreement with ACI, a German company contracted to build a plant to produce lithium compounds. That deal was cancelled due in part to disputes about royalties. We can not go back to colonial era practices that allowed corporations to plunder the natural resources of the Americas with no regard to fair compensation for the people and with no consideration for ecologically sustainable practices.

    We further call on Greens throughout the world to stand in solidarity with the efforts of indigenous groups to throw off the vestiges of colonialism, to seek self-determination, and to build more egalitarian governments and civil structures. Just as Greens seek sustainable ecological practices our four pillars also encompass peace, social justice, and democracy.

    Contact:
    Lorraine Liriano, 347-228-2214, [email protected]
    Anita Rios, 419-243-8772, [email protected]I


  • published UN Open Hearings On Puerto Rico in Press Room 2021-08-29 19:23:18 -0400

    UN Open Hearings On Puerto Rico

    September 05, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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    A Call For Support For The Live Broadcast Of The UN Open Hearings On Puerto Rico

    • United Nations Hearings On The Decolonization Of Puerto Rico, June 24, 2019.
    • From Puerto Rico To Palestine, Colonialism Is A Crime!

    Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the United States  – Every year the United Nations holds hearings on the Decolonization of Puerto Rico during which individuals, groups and organizations from Puerto Rico, the United States, and other countries testify in support of decolonization and for the independence of Puerto Rico. We are grateful to the UN, to Keisha Anita McGuire and the UN Committee of 24, (that deals with Colonized Nations under domination of Colonizers), for holding these very important hearings.

    The United Nations has already ruled 37 times that the United States Government should immediately decolonize Puerto Rico. The United States Government has repeatedly refused to comply with these United Nations mandates and with international laws requiring the decolonization of Puerto Rico.

    Except for once in 2016 these Decolonization Hearings have not been broadcast live. It is important that these U.N. Hearings be broadcast live to help educate the public world-wide that from Puerto Rico to Palestine, Colonialism is a crime!

    We are asking that you support the live broadcasting of the U.N. hearings on the Decolonization and Independence of Puerto Rico. Please email Keisha Anita McGuire of the Committee of 24, and ask her to allow the live broadcast of this very important testimony.

    Here is a sample email:

    Dear Ms. Keisha Anita McGuire,
    Email: [email protected]

    Thank you for your courageous efforts to provide a platform for those communities still living under the burden of colonialism to share their stories. I am reaching out to you to ask that the United Nations facilitate the live broadcast of the Puerto Rico Decolonization Hearings to be held this year on June 24, 2019. These hearings are a very important tool for understanding the situation that the Puerto Rican People face and should be broadcast live.

    Thank you for your assistance with this matter.

    Sincerely,_______________________


    Hector Lopez, [email protected]
    Steering Committee, Latinx Caucus of the Green Party US

    Lorraine Liriano Chavez, [email protected]
    Steering Committee, Latinx Caucus of the Green Party US


  • published Press Room 2021-08-29 18:42:23 -0400

    Press Room

    August 29, 2021
    Contact: Diana Brown
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    Cuba Statement

    July 17, 2021

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party condemns the recent ruling by Texas federal Judge Andrew S. Hanen which states that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals #DACA is illegal.
    DACA was a “band aid” that does not provide a path to citizenship nor provide a solution for millions of undocumented immigrants. We call upon Congress to pass common sense immigration reform by providing a path to citizenship for all 11 million undocumented immigrants
    In addition, we call upon the voters in the nine states which brought the legal action against DACA; Texas, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, West Virginia, Mississippi, and Kansas to clean house and vote in new leaders. 

    The Waterway Is A Lifeline For The People Of Vieques And Culebra

    April 9, 2021

    On April 2nd while Catholics worldwide observed Good Friday, the people of Culebra and Vieques took to the streets to protest the maritime transportation system.The outcry for justice echoed “We want transportation with dignity and efficiency” “The waterway is our road, it is not luxury” and “We denounce inhumanity and unite our hands”. The islands of Culebra and Vieques are part of the archipelago of islands that constitute Puerto Rico, which has been a colony of the United States for the past 123 years.

     

     


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    The Latinx Caucus stands in solidarity with Amazon workers

    February 15, 2021

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the US
     stands in solidarity with Amazon workers seeking to unionize. It is indefensible that the largest retail company, owned by the richest man in the world, should deny its workers fair wages and a humane work environment. Amazon and companies like it will have a significant impact on how workers are treated in the cyber commerce of the future. Taking a stand now, to support workers as they demand fair and humane treatment and a living wage, will move us closer to setting a universal standard of human rights for workers.

     

     

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    International Day Of Solidarity With The Independence Of Puerto Rico

    November 9, 2020

    October 30th, 2020, marked the 70th anniversary of the Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico’s uprising in Jayuya, Puerto Rico, in 1950, against the United States Military Government, which was brutally imposed on Puerto Rico by Washington DC. The Latinx Caucus supports the decolonization and Independence of Puerto Rico as a sovereign Nation and joined the International Community in a Media Blitz to establish henceforth on that day, October 30th, “International Day of Solidarity with the Independence of Puerto”.

    The National Hostosian Independence Movement, Friends of Puerto Rico Initiative, the United Independence Front, along with other organizations, kicked off the

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    Protect Transgender Prisoners

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party calls for investigations into the treatment of transgender prisoners being held in ICE detention and in US jails and prisons, and for the humane treatment of all ICE detainees.

    As the world suffers through this Covid-19 global pandemic that has already cost the lives of tens of thousands of victims, and is on course to claim countless more, we must cling ever tighter to our humanity. In the midst of this crisis we must continue to call out abuse on every level and demand protection and dignity for all. It is with this in mind that we speak out now to stand in solidarity with all immigrants who are asking nothing more than to live their lives in peace and security, and in particular transgender immigrants who often face another level of

    CONTINUE READING

    Statement on Bolivia

    December 3, 2019

    In response to the abuses that have been perpetrated by the illegitimate government of Jeanine Anez, that took power in Bolivia in a coup de tat perpetrated by a cabal of the military and the wealthy elite, the Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the US calls on the OAS, the US government, the United Nations, and all governments of the region to be vigilant in support of democracy. Upcoming elections must be fair and honest. We further call for a halt to the renewed persecution and violence against indigenous people in Bolivia. Since the coup 17 pro-Morales protesters have been killed by the police and about 150 have been injured.

    MAS, Movimiento al Socialismo, the political party led by ousted president Evo Morales must be allowed to continue to be a voice of the people and to continue to carry

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    Statement on the Shootings in El Paso Texas

     August 5, 2019

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party expresses our deepest sympathy to the victims of the deplorable shooting in El Paso Texas and their families.

    This shooting, yet another senseless act of violence that is part of an ongoing epidemic of gun violence, was focused towards Latinx who have repeatedly been vilified by President Donald Trump. The rhetoric of the President made the terrible violence that occurred in El Paso not just likely but inevitable. This was the inevitable result of a relentless dehumanizing of Latinx including those seeking safety at our southern border, those seeking to rebuild and strengthen their communities in Puerto Rico, and those seeking to share in the "American Dream" through fair access to education and jobs.


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    A Call For Support For The Live Broadcast Of The UN Open Hearings On Puerto Rico

    • United Nations Hearings On The Decolonization Of Puerto Rico, June 24, 2019.
    • From Puerto Rico To Palestine, Colonialism Is A Crime!

    Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the United States  – Every year the United Nations holds hearings on the Decolonization of Puerto Rico during which individuals, groups and organizations from Puerto Rico, the United States, and other countries testify in support of decolonization and for the independence of Puerto Rico. We are grateful to the UN, to Keisha Anita McGuire and the UN Committee of 24, (that deals with Colonized Nations under domination of Colonizers), for holding these very important


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    Latinx Greens demonstrate in defense of Venezuelan consulate in New York

    March 21, 2019


    In response to the seizure of the Venezuelan consulate in New York (Monday 3/18/2019) by allies of self-declared leader Juan Guaido, members of the Green Party's Latinx Caucus joined other demonstrators in defense of Venezuela and of international diplomatic law.

    Greens from the Latinx Caucus along with allies from "A Call to Action on Puerto Rico" had been engaged in a rally for the Independence of Puerto Rico at the United Nations when word came that Guaido's supporters had seized Venezuela's diplomatic properties in Washington and New York.

     

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    Statement of Central American Refugee Caravan

    September 26, 2018

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party of the United States calls on all Americans to take a stand for justice and compassion and to take responsibility for the human rights crisis created by decades of abusive and exploitative American foreign policy. We must allow the refugees flooding out of Central America to apply for political asylum.

    Thousands of Central American refugees are marching to the United States-Mexico border in the hope that they will be able to apply for political asylum.This march started in Honduras on October 13, 2018, with about 600 Hondurans, consisting of  


    CONTINUE READING

    Latinx Caucus of the Green Party Statement on Immigrant Rights and Family Separations

    July 18, 2018

    The Latinx Caucus of the Green Party joins the chorus of condemnations of the egregious human rights violations that continue to be perpetrated at the US Mexico border and which have spread throughout America. Through his administration’s hateful policies towards people of color President Donald Trump has shown himself unfit to govern. In removing kids from their mothers and fathers to incarcerate them in “tender age” shelters as a “deterrent” to immigration the Trump administration ignores basic principles of human rights.

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  • published Candidate Endorsements in Elections 2021-08-29 17:46:03 -0400

    Latinx Endorsements

     

    2020 Endorsements

    Franca Muller Paz, candidate for Baltimore City Council District 12.

    For more info: https://www.francaforthepeople.com/ 

    Craig Cayetano for Council in Ward 3 in Hawthorne, New Jersey.

    For more info: https://www.cayetano4council.com/meet_craig

    Madelyn Hoffman US Senate in New Jersey.

    For more info: https://www.hoffmandorsenate/meet_madelyn

    Margaret Villa for State Assembly for Southeast Los Angeles.

    For more info: https://margaret4assembly.com/

    Erycka Ortiz for 39th Assembly District State Representative, New London, Connecticut.

    For more info: http://www.nlgreens.org/erycka4nl.html

    Erika Viviana Jacho for Belleville Board of Education Trustee, New Jersey.

    For more info: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:99f8ae68-d21f-4194-b624-c8033b412ca5 

    Troy Hernandez for Commissioner for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWARD), Chicago, Illinois.

    For more info: https://troyhernandez.com/

     

    The Latinx Caucus reviews and endorses numerous Green Party candidate requests. If you'd like to be considered for endorsement by the Latinx Caucus, please send your request to [email protected].


  • published Organize A Local Hub in State Caucuses 2021-08-29 06:06:35 -0400

  • published Petitions in Get Involved 2021-08-29 06:03:14 -0400

  • published Run For Office in Elections 2021-08-29 05:59:00 -0400

  • published Officeholders in Elections 2021-08-29 05:52:15 -0400

  • published State Parties in State Caucuses 2021-08-29 05:49:38 -0400

  • published Independence for Puerto Rico in Get Involved 2021-08-29 05:29:14 -0400

  • published Petition 2021-08-29 05:26:02 -0400

  • published GPUS Brochure in Get Involved 2021-08-29 05:23:10 -0400

  • published Donate 2021-08-29 03:57:49 -0400