So your argument that the Green Party is not sufficiently supportive of minorities is that they failed to show sufficient support for a California proposition about prescription drugs. Even though they publicly endorsed it. You know their resources are tiny because of the two-party stranglehold, and they can't be everywhere. Jill Stein has been vigorously speaking out and showing up for Black Lives Matter and the DAPL water protectors in particular, so I reject your point.
You might want to watch this clip of Jill Stein's running mate Ajamu Baraka speaking at Dillard University in New Orleans:
Or Stein/Baraka campaign manager David Cobb speaking with Kshama Sawant about all movements being interconnected:
Also I can't find any information about this on any news site, but there is a debate happening right now between all 4 vice-presidential candidates with national ballot access, in North Carolina: