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Minister Toya Woodland Wins Green Party Endorsement

 

Congratulations to Minister Toya Woodland on being endorsed by the Minneapolis Green Party of the 5th Congressional District. Ms. Woodland is running on a reparatory justice platform to bring healing to our countries political system. Who top three issues are Domestic Violence Prevention, Reparations, and ending the school to prison pipeline.  DONATE


Governor Walz no signatures for minor parties. Covid 19

Governor Walz no signatures for minor parties. Covid 19

 

In a time when people are fearing for their lives, it's unfair for minor parties to be asked to obtain signatures to get on the ballot. Normally minor parties are required to obtain signatures in order to be put on the ballet. A feat that even under ordinary conditions is challenging, however under our present conditions seems downright absurd.

In a time when voters want more choices on their ballot, it is imperative that election integrity remains intact. This includes protecting minor party candidates' rights to participate in our democracy. By insisting that minor party candidates to obtain signatures during the pandemic would be the perpetuation of wrong. it not only compromises the integrity of our democracy but the health and well being of those seeking ballot access, their supporters, and the community at large. 

In the United States, there have been over 70,000 deaths, many states including Minnesota have been placed on an executive stay in an effort to contain and reduce the spread of this deadly virus. That being said there is no possible way that Minor party candidates can obtain signatures in an effort to obtain access to the ballot for the upcoming 2020 election. This is why Governor Walz needs to intervene, by allowing minor party candidates to simply pay the filing fee allotted to Major Party Candidates. Governor Walz has the power to allow Minor party candidates to participate in the democratic process, by waving signatures in this pandemic and allowing candidates to pay the same filing fee as candidates in the two major parties. 

Although some may say that signatures can be obtained online, unfortunately not all voters are internet savvy especially our seniors. If Minor party candidates are required to obtain signatures, about a third of our seniors who would have had an opportunity to sign a petition will be left out of this important process. This could cost not only the Minor party candidate but the voters as well.

As a disabled minor party candidate, the process of obtaining signatures in this pandemic could be detrimental to my health, and many like me. It is imperative that Governor Walz alleviates this unnecessary burden for obtaining signatures for ballot access in this already strenuous and stressful time in American History,

As governor of this great state of Minnesota, it’s time to put all Minnesotans 1st, this includes allowing every candidate the opportunity to participate in the electoral process.

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Toya Woodland Discusses Universal Basic Income

 

Toya Woodland discusses Basic Income Guarantee for All with a focus on Minnesota. With Universal Basic Income Activist Liane Gale, Green Party endorsed candidate for State Representative in Mn District 65B Darnella Wade and candidate for U.S. Senate in Maine Lisa Savage. Universal Basic Income is a governmental public program for a periodic payment delivered to all on an individual basis without means test. A basic income system should be designed in such a way that everybody has equal basic security, or equal command over subsistence resources. According to the World Economic Forum, "This means that all those with extra costs of living and diminished earnings capacity, such as those with disabilities or frailties, should be provided with supplements that in effect give them a basic income equal to everybody else".Support for Universal Basic Income in the US, UK and Canada


Toya Woodland & Black Women discuss Covid 19

 

 

On the Bobs Reward Show: Minister Toya Woodland and Darnella Wade Discuss COVID-19 in the Black Community. Why Are Africans Being Blame For The Coronavirus in China? Is America’s Healthcare and Industrial Resources Adequate To Combat COVID-19? What Policies Should Be In Place To Treat Blacks in America, If Statistics Show That We’re More Infected? #ToyaWoodland is running for U.S. Representative for Minnesota's 5th District and #DarnellaWade is running for State of Minnesota Representative for District 65B. #Coronavirus #COVID-19

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Presidential Candidate Dario Hunter Endorses Minister Toya Woodland

Presidential Candidate Dario Hunter who is seeking the Green Party nomination for the 2020 Presidential election endorses Minister Toya Woodland for Congress in the 5th district.

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A Moratorium On Suspensions

I feel that children must be in school to learn. According to a Mar 19, 2019, Twincities.com article - Black students, who make up 31 percent of district students, received 73 percent of suspensions in the first quarter of this school year, according to a recent report to the state. Last school year, 74 percent of suspensions went to black students. American Indian students are suspended at an even higher rate. This is unacceptable when schools reopen the new model they must operate on must reduce the number of suspensions amongst the Black student population in Minnesota Public Schools 

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Community Control of Police

 

 

A congressional candidate in Minnesota's 5th district Minister Toya Woodland speaks with Michelle Webb about Community Control of The Police and how she will implement when she is elected to congress. Also, we'll be discussing Community Policing as a National Policy for America. Looking at historical cases in Minnesota: Jamar Clark, Philando Castile, and Terrance Franklin. Toya Woodland has a great plan. To watch the full video click on the link below.


CPAC NOW

CPAC NOW!!!
Last Saturday I had the privilege of attending the 3rd annual Remember me event given in remembrance of lives that have been stolen by police across America, I truly admire the strength of the wonderful women. it is my belief that it takes a special type of anointing from God to have endured their children being taken from them in such horrific ways, and still have the heart to love and help others. While they continue to keep their boots on the ground and continue to press on with their lives, none of these women have received the justice that they so truly deserve. Not one of the officers in any of these cases have been brought to justice. This is why Community Control Over The Police is so vital. For hundreds of years, blacks in America have been beaten, raped, and murdered, by police without consequence.
It’s time for a change. It's time for The United States, as the leaders of the free world, to show everyone around the world that every life matters, including Black Lives. One way to say black lives matter is by creating a system of checks and balances for police. The best way that many around the country feel this can best be achieved is by creating a non-partisan group of individuals whose duties will include but not limited to, hiring, overseeing disciplinary actions, as well as job terminations. Taking the responsibility out of the hands of those who have allowed this system of terror on the black community to perpetuate hundreds of years!


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