Where the Greens are
Green Team 2014 would like to inform you of the following events in New York City in which Green Party candidates will be participating:
A Platform 4 the 99%
Tuesday, August 5th @ 7pm
The Riverside Church, rm. 411
490 Riverside Dr.
All are welcome! Bring your thoughts to contribute to the platform!
– Featuring –
- Brian Jones, Green Party candidate for Lieutenant Governor, running mate of Howie Hawkins
- Ramon Jimenez, Green Party candidate for NYS Attorney General
- Nikole Gellineau, parent activist against police brutality and mass incarceration
- Karen Sprowal, public education parent and activist
Green Party Candidates for NY state Governor and Leiutenant Governor Howie Hawkins and Brian Jones are running on a platform for the 99%:
- A Green New Deal for New York
- Economic Democracy
- Sustainable Agriculture and Food Justice
- Equal Justice Under Law
- Workers Rights
- Immigrants Rights
- Women’s Rights
- LGBT Rights
- Fair Elections
- End Corruption
Join us to hear from activists and candidates Brian Jones and Ramon Jimenez about what kind of political representation we need to strengthen grassroots movements and win meaningful reforms: a $15/hr minimum wage, an end to the war on drugs and mass incarceration, quality public schools for all and more. Presentations will be followed by an open conversation about the way forward for the 99%!
Organized by the Uptown Hawkins/Jones Campaign Committee
Candidates Forum on Criminal Justice Issues
Thursday, August 7th starting at 7 pm
Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th Street
Tickets available through Eventbrite. Admission is free.
Join Green Party and other statewide legislative candidates for a forum on criminal justice issues co-sponsored by the NY Society for Ethical Culture and Communities for Criminal Justice Awareness.
The forum will be moderated by Dean Meminger of NY1.
Candidates will discuss up to three criminal justice issues they plan to address in their campaigns, followed by questions submitted in advance by the public and criminal justice organizations. Questions from the audience may be taken if time permits.
Howie Hawkins/Brian Jones
Michael McDermott/Christopher Edes
Zephyr Teachout/Tim Wu
Dell Smitherman (Brooklyn)
Velmonette Montgomery (Brooklyn)
Robert Jackson (Manhattan)
Carl Lundgren (Bronx)
G. Oliver Koppell (Bronx)
Paul Gilman (Queens)
Jeffrion Aubry (Queens)
Linda Rosenthal (Manhattan)
Annette Robinson (Brooklyn)
Charles Barron (Brooklyn)
Tamika Mapp (Manhattan)