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The Green Party of Minnesota (GPMN) is a grassroots organization dedicated to the values of the international Green movement. The GPMN strives to build a society in which all can lead full and productive lives in harmony with each other and with nature. The movement is inspired by the interrelated Four Pillars of Ecological Wisdom, Nonviolence, Social and Economic Justice and Grassroots Democracy.


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    Kati Medford Speaks About Her Run For City Council

      Minneapolis-Green Party of the 5th CD endorsed candidate for the 2021 city council race Kati Medford sat down with The Trahern Crews Show to discuss her campaign. Kati said she supports reparations for the American Descendants of Chattel Slavery and has it as part of her platform. The 5th congressional district which includes the city of Minneapolis is the 4th worse place to live in the country for Black Americans. Kati also supports the Rent Control measure which is on the ballot in this year's election. The other Ballot initiative she supports is changing the charter amendment that will create the department of public safety.  During the interview, Kati Medford said she will champion the Green New Deal for Minneapolis which is being discussed at the municipal level which has been spearheaded by her Green party colleague and City council member Cam Gordon.   For more information go to www.katiforward13.com  
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    Saint Paul Green Party Supports Rent Control

      The Green Party of Minnesota’s 4th congressional district supports rent stabilization that will limit rent increases for existing rental units across Saint Paul to 3% over a 12-month period. Steven Stampley spokesperson for the Saint Paul Green Party of the 4th congressional district said "The effort organized by Housing Equity Now St. Paul (HENS), is very modest compared to the rent control the City already implemented for Craig Lepold, the multi-billionaire owner of the wild. The City of Saint Paul cut their rent for the Excel center in half and controls it for the next twenty years." Over half of St. Paul residents are renters and the majority of renters are people of color. The Twin Cities region accounts for 76% of Black, ADOCS, African, Asian, Native American, Latino & immigrant households in the state, only 40% of them are homeowners compared to 75% of white households.   DONATE
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