Green Party issues statement on International Women’s Day

The following press release from the Green Party was released today:

The National Women’s Caucus of the Green Party of the U.S. invites you to join us in honoring women around the world this International Women’s Day, March 8.

We acknowledge and honor women for all their accomplishments and contributions to create a better world for other women, future generations and the planet. Even more, we look ahead to the opportunities before us to improve the lives of all humanity.

There is a generation of women ready to be that catalyst to improve upon the work already done, and to push it to new levels of cultural importance with real-life solutions. Women support each other across communities, across cultures, across continents — offering inspired solutions for the benefit of our collective future. On this day of global celebration, join us — alongside millions of others — to support the elevation of women’s voices, leadership and impact across all sectors of society, as we work in partnership to determine our collective future and evolve our world!

“I am excited about the future for women and the world as a whole because, more and more, women are standing and being heard. Being heard, that’s the important part. That’s when we’ll see a healthier, more just world,” said Kate Culver, National Women’s Caucus Spokeswoman.

The National Women’s Caucus of the Green Party of the U.S. is proud to have strong women candidates standing for office all around the country. These candidates embrace future-focused, comprehensive platforms and policy ideas for peace and prosperity.

Please support your Green candidates giving voice to the ideals of non-violence, social justice, community and planetary wholeness.

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