Socialist Alternative party member and Seattle City Council member, Kshama Sawant endorsed the Green Party ticket of Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka last night at Portland's Roseland Theatre. Sawant, once a Bernie-or-Buster, and who had encouraged Sanders to run as a independent, said last night that to create real political change, social movements like Black Lives Matter, Move to Amend and Climate Justice, to name a few, must abandon the democratic party. The event was sold out even though Jill Stein was not in attendance. She was still recovering after being released from an Austin, Texas, ho

Socialist Alternative party member and Seattle City Council member, Kshama Sawant endorsed the Green Party ticket of Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka last night at Portland's Roseland Theatre. Sawant, once a Bernie-or-Buster, and who had encouraged Sanders to run as a independent, said last night that to create real political change, social movements like Black Lives Matter, Move to Amend and Climate Justice, to name a few, must abandon the democratic party. The event was sold out even though Jill Stein was not in attendance. She was still recovering after being released from an Austin, Texas, ho Stock Photo
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Socialist Alternative party member and Seattle City Council member, Kshama Sawant endorsed the Green Party ticket of Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka last night at Portland's Roseland Theatre. Sawant, once a Bernie-or-Buster, and who had encouraged Sanders to run as a independent, said last night that to create real political change, social movements like Black Lives Matter, Move to Amend and Climate Justice, to name a few, must abandon the democratic party. The event was sold out even though Jill Stein was not in attendance. She was still recovering after being released from an Austin, Texas, hospital after a two-day stay for treatment of pneumonia. (Photo by Michael Nigro / Pacific Press)