Cynthia McKinney

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(teacher, academic, politician, activist)
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BornCynthia Ann McKinney
17 March 1955
Atlanta, Georgia
Alma materUniversity of Southern California, Tufts University, Antioch University
ReligionRoman Catholic
SpouseCoy Grandison
Member ofAmerican Herald Tribune
PartyDemocratic party,  US green party

Cynthia McKinney is an American politician and activist who, as a member of the US Democratic Party, served six terms in the United States House of Representatives and remains a prominent voice for 9/11 truth. She was the first black woman to represent Georgia in the House.[1] In 2015, she received a Ph.D. from Antioch University for her thesis “El No Murio, El Se Multiplico!” Hugo Chávez : The Leadership and the Legacy on Race.[2]

September 11th

McKinney stated in 2010 that she "remain[s] hopeful that we will learn the truth" about 9/11 "because more and more people around the world are demanding it."[3]

Cynthia McKinney with Dissertation Committee Chair, Alan Guskin at her Dissertation Defense, Seattle, January 2015


In the 2008 US presidential election, the Green Party nominated McKinney for President of the United States.

As of 2017, she was working as an assistant professor in North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.[4]

Identification of The Deep State

In February 2015, Cynthia McKinney stated that AIPAC had taken total control of the US Government and few Americans know anything about it.[5]


  • 2012 - Illegal War on Libya, Clarity Press
  • 2013 - Ain't Nothing Like Freedom, Clarity Press


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