Teresa Gutiérrez (born January 6, 1951) is an American activist. Gutiérrez was the Workers World Party nominee for Vice President of the United States in the 2004. She was the running mate of John Parker. Besides the World Workers Party, the Parker/Gutiérrez ticket was also endorsed by the Liberty Union Party of Vermont.
Gutiérrez is a co-coordinator of the International Action Center and a member of the governing body of the WWP. She is deputy secretary general of the International Migrant Alliance, an active member of the Chican@ movement and activist for immigrant rights, and a "proud lesbian."
- Free Trade, Monopoly & Nafta - Libre Comercio, Los Monoplios Y El Tlc (1993) ISBN 0-89567-120-4 (with Sam March)
- War In Colombia: Made In USA (2004) ISBN 0-9656916-9-1 (editor with Sara Flounders)
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