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United States of America — Green PartyCandidate for President

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Sedinam Moyowasifsa-Curry

Strategic and Tactical Planner
839 votes (5.7%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Our major initiatives are policy proposals designed to enact our three principle foundation documents.Ending “White Privilege and White Supremacy", within our national, state and local charter's.
  • Our campaign is focused on an issue within the party which she’d become aware of: de-Segregating the party through "browning."
  • Teaching our citizens about the two features that contributed to the collapse of advanced civilizations in the past: the stretching of resources due to the strain placed on the ecological carrying capacity, and the economic stratification of society.



Profession:Strategic and Tactical Planner
Director of Public Relations, Transformed Experience (2014–current)
Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme Director and Concept Creator, Star Communication Consultancy Group (2011–current)
Communications Director, Integrated International Strategic Public Affairs & Public Relations Consultancy (2007–2011)
International Project Manager, California African, African-American Heritage Preservation Restoration Society (2003–2005)
Director of Development, African Summer Camp (1976–2004)


California State University at Long Beach B.S., criminal justice (2005)
California State University at Long Beach B.A., black studies (1985)

Community Activities

12th Black Female to seek President of the US nomination, Green Party (2016–2016)
One of six women seeking presidential nomination , Green Party (2016–2016)
Committee Appointments & Memberships, California and National Green Party (2002–2008)
Second African American Female to make a bid for Vice President nomination, Green Party (2008–2008)
Co-Founder, Green Party Black Caucus (2002–2002)


From age 18 -she registered to vote as a democratic only supporting environmentally conscience, progressive, liberals in the party. She voted for former US Vice President Al Gore presidential bid in 2000. It was his and DNC failure to count voters in the state of Florida in that pushed her out of "his" party into “we” GP! She has been a card carrying Green Party (GP) member since March 2001. Ms Moyowasifza-Curry objective in joining the Green Party was and is about building a permanent third political party in the United States of America that is neither funded nor controlled by corporations and corporate interests. For the past 15 years she has worked within the Green Party of the United States at the local, state, national & international arena to emphasize a direct action strategy and a tactical plan within the current traditional electoral political system that is geared toward children, youth, women, peoples of color, immigrants, independents and progressives in a clear and measurable manner. In 2008 she sought to be the Green Party Vice-Presidential Nominee as a direct method to set up a national leadership training program for People of Color (PoC) to ensure "We Greens" would be equipped and had a solid line of PoC candidates to lead the our nation long term. She from day one of joining knew de-Segregate our party by "browning" given that by the end of this century our nation won’t be any longer be a majority European. 


As an example of her leadership, former Congress Woman Cynthia McKinney on September 10, in a letter to the Steering Committee of the Green Party of the United States, stated she would not seek the Green Party nomination for president. It’s Ms Moyowasifza-Curry who orchestrated and supported Ms. Kinney’s return as a GP POTUS hopeful by setting up a fundraising and exploratory visit to California. Thus in mid-October, McKinney filed with the FEC. She formally announced her candidacy with a video on her website and on YouTube on December 16, 2007. Ms Moyowasifza Curry was the first Campaign Manager for McKinney/ Clemente 2008.



She has successfully identified, encouraged and supported People of Color Green Party VP 2016 hopefuls, we could ensure they would be equipped to run and lead our national political party. To continue this effort, during her current nationwide campaign tours she have been conducting recruitment and candidate trainings. Both her campaign have been focused on ensuring every registered Green Party member is an effective instrument of change. She see “We Greens” as the key individuals on links to create a local, regional, state, national and international “change network” that will move our nation and our world. Further, that “We Greens, can start the need for permanent structural changes in and for our nation over the next 60 years before the United States turns 300 years old on July 4th, 2076. 


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Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

Born January 1, 1962 in Los Angeles, California to Mr Maybe “Sunny” Curry and Mrs. Annie Maude Curry-Locke didn’t put her name on the birth certificate ever. As a female of African and Native descent, Ms. Ayaape Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry has been created and crafted from our nation’s civil rights movement, the people who laid their bodies on the line in the movement are a significant part of her life work and did inspire the professional paths she has taken. Her relationship with and exposure to her African heritage started with her being raised in a Pan-African family that took up residence in the solid village community of South Central Los Angeles, California. Her political, civic and social education started pre birth given her families strong involvement in ensuring justice and peace prevail in their villages (Pueblo Dio Rio Housing Projects, South Central Los Angeles, CA, Crosby, MS., Little Rock, AR and Seattle, WA).  Having serious Black connect in four “hometowns” location’s she grow up mindful of her personal, family and our human species origins in Africa.  These family members practiced “Abrahamic religions” (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) as will African traditional religion that refer to the indigenous or autochthonous religions of the African peoples. Her basic of spirituality developed given the wide breath of concepts idea’s shared she had a broad concept with room for many perspectives. Includes a sense of connection to something bigger than us which involves her searching for meaning of her life and asking questions. As such a universal human experience—something that touches us all she was drawn to nature and truth. She volunteer to do the yard and garden work, help cut up vegetables growing help with family pet’s. Her love of the planet made her read, ask question and research. Early on in her life she know 


Videos (4)

— May 31, 2016 Green Party of Albuquerque Metropolitan Area & Burque Media productions

The candidate discusses the Green Party in an interview at the University of New Mexico.

— May 31, 2016 Green Party Videos

Candidate discusses the structure, growth, and outreach to engage the public.

— May 31, 2016 The Green Party

Interview with the candidate on Flint and Detroit, Michigan water crisis and her campaign's plans.

An interview with Brother Rob of the Black Wall Street Journal recorded for Greenwatch.

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