Green Party leader and prominent social justice activist tells the story of his life of struggle.
“Peter was a friend, colleague and politically courageous champion of the downtrodden and mistreated of the entire Western Hemisphere.”—Ralph Nader
This is the autobiography of a remarkable life. As The New York Times wrote, “A first generation Venezuelan-American . . . Mr. Camejo [spoke] out against the Vietnam War and for the rights of migrant workers. He marched in Selma, Alabama, with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.”
Peter Camejo (1939-2008) founded the California Green Party, won 360,000 votes in his run for governor in 2002, and ran as Ralph Nader’s vice presidential candidate in 2004.