Jill Stein in Topeka KS, July 02



Watch a 21-minute video of 2016 Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein speak at the Ramada Inn. Here’s part of what she had to say: “It’s time to forget the lesser evil and fight for the greater good like our lives depend on it. Because they do. Knowing that we have 43 million people who have no where else to turn, and that’s just on the one issue of student debt. There’s another 25 million Latinos who vote who’ve seen that Republican’s are the party of hate and fear mongering, but Democrats are the party of detentions and deportations and night raids who they’re conducting on women and children, refugees from the violence created by who? Hillary Clinton, in Honduras who gave the thumbs up to this vicious corporate coup from which people are fleeing by the droves.”

IMG_2863Taken from equalityhouse.org: The Equality House is a project of the non-profit Planting Peace. The Equality House serves as a symbol of peace and positive change for the LGBTQ community. Our goal is to bring the fight for equality to all corners of the world. Our resource center, based in Topeka, Kansas across the street from the Westboro Baptist Church, is painted the colors of the pride flag to stand as a visual reminder of our commitment, as global citizens, to this mission.



IMG_2912Down in the Equality House basement, where we talked about LGBTQ/Indigenous rights issues and the predicament of Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning who is serving 35 years in Ft. Leavenworth prison (not far from where this picture was taken). Please go here to learn more about Chelsea Manning.

And, watch Jill Stein playing a 33-second one point table tennis game in the Equality House basement.

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