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Curry carries the VP banner for the Greens

By IAN DONNIS

The Green Party’s 2008 vice presidential candidate is an articulate juggernaut of personality from South Central Los Angeles with a super-lengthy moniker: Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry. The alt-party candidate, who smartly goes by the more concise and imposing-sounding SKCM Curry, is just as good at boiling down her pitch.

In 2000, Curry explains, she voted for Al Gore. “When he did not act out and act up,” when the US Supreme Court tossed the contested presidential election to George W. Bush, “I knew I could not be part of a party that would not stand up for voters’ rights.” Since the Green Party doesn’t accept corporate contributions, she says, “I knew that was the key to change.”

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