Tuesday, June 27, 2000

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  • Jello Biafra

    Jello Biafra was nominated for the Green Party Presidential Primary in New York State. He is the former lead singer/songwriter of the political punk band Dead Kennedys. Biafra is also a renowned spoken word performer and social commentator.

  • Winona Laduke

    An indigenous rights, women’s rights and environmental activist, Winona LaDuke is Ralph Nader’s vice-presidential running mate for the Greens. She is an Ojibwe activist from the White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota. LaDuke is program director of the Honor the Earth Fund, and founding director of the White Earth Land Recovery Project. She also founded the Indigenous Women’s Network, which participated in last year’s World Conference on Women in Beijing.

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