october, 2020

22oct3:00 pm5:00 pmEvent OverMeet & Greet with Howie Hawkins in E. Nashville, Tennessee


Event Details

Howie Hawkins is the original Green New Dealer! Howie was the first candidate to run on a fully developed Green New Deal in 2010, combining an Economic Bill of Rights to jobs, income, housing, health care, and education with 100% clean energy by 2030 in order to reconstruct the economy for economic justice and climate safety. He is also one of the original Greens in the United States, having participated in the first national meeting to organize a US Green Party in St. Paul, Minnesota in August 1984. In July he was nominated to be the 2020 Presidential candidate for the Green Party.

Meet Howie in person at a safe, socially distanced Meet & Greet on October 22nd at Camp 308 from 3 – 5 p.m. Central Time at 407 Gallatin Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206.

Howie is coming Nashville, Tennessee to protest the closed, anti-democratic two-party only debate that doesn’t allow viable third parties the opportunity to bring their vision to the people. While in Nashville, Howie is excited to talk to Greens and independent progressives about his historic Left Unity campaign and his vision for tackling problems that the Democrats and the Republicans won’t touch — from re-building the economy from the economic crash brought on by the coronavirus to tackling the environmental crisis looming from climate change, Howie will talk about his Ecosocialist Green New Deal and how it presents real solutions that can’t wait. Don’t get lost in the sauce and don’t miss this exciting opportunity to meet Howie Hawkins in person!

Please note that masks are required for attendance.


(Thursday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm CDT


Camp 308

407 Gallatin Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206

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