|From:||Winter Siroco <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Sent time:||Friday, October 28, 2011 3:45:01 AM|
|Subject:||SPAM-MED: [september17discuss] Principles of Solidarity of the Wall Street Occupation|
We are synthesizing and consolidating the Principles of Solidarity of the Wall Street Occupation. These principles were drafted in the General Assembly break out groups during the first days and weeks of the occupation. There have been three drafts of this document thus far; each consolidated draft was returned to the General Assembly and again edited by GA break out groups. The last draft (#3) passed with consensus on September 23. It, along with the Declaration, are the only documents with GA consensus. This (working) draft is online at: nycga.net/resources/principles-of-solidarity. We will be posting it here as well. This working draft, however, is not complete (it passed with consensus as a working draft), we are moving the fourth draft along and we aim for consensus as soon as possible (keeping in mind that Principles of Solidarity is a living document).
The principles document aims to be as inclusive as possible and keeps in mind the realistic parameters, i.,e. principles of solidarity originated here in the square and was drafted by using the direct democratic process of the GA. It is important for this document to remain true to the process in which it was created. To be clear, the Consolidation group does not write the principles of the occupation, we only figure out how to structure a bullet point or sentence that includes everyone’s input abut the same principle.
The members of this group have been busy with other tasks recently, but we are giving our best efforts to move this document along. We are still working on the fourth (and complete) draft. This is the first time we are putting working drafts online that have yet to gain GA consensus. We welcome your edits, suggestions, and thoughts. It would especially be helpful to include what you are responding to directly (one idea would be to copy and paste the line or principle you are editing). We will be synthesizing these principles next week (possibly after another GA break out group) and will hopefully bring it to the GA for consensus on the full draft in the next week or two (this may be an unrealistic goal…). The documents are also here for transparency, accessibility, and to familiarize new comers to the principles document.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
1. Make edits!
2. Leave Comments and/or suggestions about the document (including structure, voice, tone, etc.)
2. If you’re interested in synthesizing the principles please send an email to:email@example.com. We are trying to arrange a meeting for next week. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the task, consolidation operates best with just a handful of people (we are looking for available people!), however, our meetings will discuss other structural approaches to the document, the future of solidarity and like documents, forums, etc.
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