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Announcing Global Green Chronological History Project

Announcing Global Green Chronological History Project

Want to find out when and where the first Green Parties in the world were founded? Or who were the first Greens to run and be elected on municipal and national levels? What were the themes of major Green national and international meetings in the last 30+ years, and who were the most influential Green figures on every continent? The answers to those and many more questions will be found on the Global Green Chronological History project now being developed…

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Looking at the Party from the beginning

Looking at the Party from the beginning

Spotlight on founder Dee Berry Dee Berry is a founder and still-active member of the Green Party in the United States. She took some time to answer questions for Green Pages on how the Green Party evolved in this country and where she thinks it should go in the future. Why have you joined the Green Party? I was attracted to the Greens, like so many others, by its ecological, holistic view of the world and its ten key values….

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U.S. Green history weekend

U.S. Green history weekend

Early Party organizers gather to recall 1980s to early 1990s By Mike Feinstein, Green Party of California When and how did the U.S. Greens start? What were the early ìsalad daysî like, in terms of dreams, goals and challenges? What choices were made then that helped lead to where we are today? These questions and others brought 11 Greens who were active in the 1980s and early 1990s together for a weekend of reminiscing, recalling, and writing U.S. Green history….

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