Interim Green leader on discrimination within party

Interim Green leader on discrimination within party

FOLLOW ON The newly named interim leader of the Green Party says they have experienced discrimination from within the party. Speaking with Evan Solomon on Power Play Thursday, Kuttner said: “I have experienced direct racism, I have experienced a lot of transphobia.” Kuttner, an astrophysicist who specializes in black holes, makes history as the first transgender and non-binary person to helm a federal party. The Green Party announced Kuttner’s appointment to lead the party on Wednesday. Annamie Paul’s resignation as Green Party leader was formalized in early November. She failed to win a seat in the September election. “What people must realize is that when I was elected I was breaking a glass ceiling. What I didn’t realize at the time is that I was breaking a glass ceiling that …
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