History of the Green Party

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    Democracy is a form of government that eligible citizens have an equal decision that affect their lives.
  • Drug

    Replacing drug war with treatment and instead issing a different sentencing. Ralph Nader supports the Green Party Platform, We support decriminalization of “VICTIMLESS” CRIMES. A good example for this would be the possession of small amounts of marijuana/weed.
    We call for legalization of industrial hemp and all its many uses. mandatory drug testing violates civil rights; therefore, we oppose mandatory testing.
  • Abortion

    Keep safe and legal abortion. Also, ensure safe, legal, and abortion care to promote health and justice for women. The importance of keeping abortion safe, legal, and accessible to speak out about the importance is critical reproductive health option for women across the world. An excellent fact is 97% of women having surgical abortion before 13 weeks have no complications; 2.5% have small complications that can be held at a medical office.
  • Non-violence

    This develops effective to society’s current patterns of violence. Should eliminate weapons of mass destruction, without being naive about the intentions. Also, to oppose practices and policies with which we don't agree with each other. Lastly, it will guide our actions toward lasting personal, and global peace.
  • Cooperation

    a cooperation is the process of working or acting together. The point of this to to bring everyone together and make this country better and as one. We all need to agree upon something and thats why we have cooperations. It's needed in this country to keep on being a strong society.
  • International Solidarity

    International Solidarity is spreading anti-Israel propaganda and misinformation and recruiting activists to participate in its overseas. Also, centers on the notion that direct action is the most effective means of opposing Israel's treatmentt.
  • profit,

    Profit destroys very foundations in nature on which human existence depends like air, water, soil, forests, plants and animals, mineral and fuel resources.
  • Human Rights

    The United States understands that the existence of human rights helps secure the peace, deter aggression, promote the rule of law, combat crime and corruption, strengthen democracies, and prevent humanitarian crises.
  • Diversity

    Respect ethnic, racial, sexual, and spiitual diversity. Is designed to promote respectful relationships across these lines. It should be reflected in our organizations and decision-making. Also, supporting leadership of people who have been traditionally closed out of leadership roles. It encourage respect for other lifes.
  • Fair Elections

    Offer a voluntary campaign finance system that both incumbents and challengers will find attractive. In a 2010 survey by pollsters Celinda Lake (a Democrat) and Mark McKinnon (a Republican), voters overwhelmingly supported – 63% to 23% -- a citizen-funded Fair Elections system.
  • Civil Rights

    Support equal rights of everyone on civil marriage. It's consideration of marriage an aid is for religious purposes.Some call it an expression of committed love. It's a natural thing that crosses through everyones mind. Others say it is mainly for raising children. In some Christian faiths marriage is a sacrament, in others it is not.
  • Global warming

    Global Warming is caused by the burning of coal, oil, and natural gas. It now is increasing the world's average surface temperature at the unprecedented rate, raising sea levels, and changing global weather patterns. Also, human agriculture and many plant and animal species depend on the global warming.
  • Economic Justice & Sustainability

    New York supports the drawing the direct link of economic justice to issues of sustainability. This economy should and needs to serve us and our planet. Our economy should reflect and respect the diversity and delicate ecosystems of our country.
  • Women's Rights

    Womens Rights control their bodies in non- negotial. It's also that the option of a safe, legal abortion is still available. The male domination, known as patriarchy, both subtle and overt—from oppression, inequality, and discrimination to domestic violence, rape, trafficking and forced slavery. It's believed that equality should be a given, and that all Greens must work hard.
  • Discrimination

    Rascial discrimination protects rights and provides equal opportunity under the law. Color discrimination includes treating someone unfavorably because of skin color or appearance. It's not fair to be treated differently because of the way you look and were born. It's illegal to do such a thing.
  • Social Justice

    Social work is a practical profession created to help people address their problems and matching them with the information needed to lead productive and healthy lives of Americans.
  • crime prevention

    Focus on Crime prevention instead of harsh sentences. It encourage the political leaders to remember that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” It's believed it is appropriate to focus on where our societal intervention can be most successful and effective.
    We would initiate social programs that are alternatives to gangs, such as “Gang Intervention Units.” Practical education with a real promise of a future is needed if we are to expect long-term success in this struggle.
  • Death penalty

    Decision was to abolish the death penalty.This is very good because the death penalty was very irreversible denial of human rights. Also, individual cases of injustice, supporting work for death penalty repeal efforts and educating campuses. Number of countries that were known to be carried out death sentences decreased compared to the previous year.
  • distribution of wealth

    Distributions of wealth shows the unfairness of America. The political goal is that in America where decisions are made by the people and not by a few corporations.