Anti-Oppression Liaisons

Result: AMENDMENT WITHDRAWN

ARTICLE V. Organizational Structure

Section 2. Internal Resource Committees

To maintain active Local Subgroup designation, Internal Resource Committees must:

  • Have at least one member responsible for onboarding and screening new members, engaging in member retention efforts, and coordinating with the Membership Committee
  • Have at least one member working with the Communications Coordinator to ensure that Local communications accurately reflect and amplify Committee work
  • Have at least one member working with the Anti-Oppression Committee who is responsible for staying up to date with all intra-committee anti-oppressive practices by attending Anti-Oppression Committee meetings
  • Hold meetings a minimum of once per month, open to all members of the Local
  • Maintain and make available to Local leadership records of key debates and decisions

Section 3. Issue-based Committees

To maintain active Local Subgroup designation, Issue-based Committees must:

  • Have at least one member responsible for onboarding and screening new members, engaging in member retention efforts, and coordinating with the Membership Committee
  • Have at least one member working with the Communications Coordinator to ensure that Local communications accurately reflect and amplify Committee work
  • Have at least one member working with the Anti-Oppression Committee who is responsible for staying up to date with all intra-committee anti-oppressive practices by attending Anti-Oppression Committee meetings
  • Hold meetings a minimum of once per month, open to all members of the Local
  • Maintain and make available to Local leadership records of key debates and decisions

Section 4. Campaign-based Working Groups

To maintain active Local Subgroup designation, Issue-based Committees must:

  • Have at least one member responsible for onboarding and screening new members, engaging in member retention efforts, and coordinating with the Membership Committee
  • Have at least one member working with the Communications Coordinator to ensure that Local communications accurately reflect and amplify Committee work
  • Have at least one member working with the Anti-Oppression Committee who is responsible for staying up to date with all intra-committee anti-oppressive practices by attending Anti-Oppression Committee meetings
  • Hold meetings a minimum of once per month, open to all members of the Local
  • Maintain and make available to Local leadership records of key debates and decisions