July Central Committee DRAFT Meeting Agenda
MEETING HELD OVER VIDEO CONFERENCE IN COMPLIANCE WITH NOVEL CORONAVIRUS SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES
Primer for Zoom Use is here via Technology Officer
Join ZOOM starting at 6:30 for credentialing. You must RSVP at the link above or via email for the CC Meeting. You will be sent a link to join, and you will be in the waiting room while the credentials committee verifies and admits you. There will not be any breakout rooms. Please mute yourself by 6:59 so we can begin on time. You can find PCP Appointment Candidates here and all Resolutions here. If you have announcements, please write them in chat. Click here for a handy Parliamentary Motions Reference Sheet.
5:30 PM ZOOM Best Practices Training – Not Required. This is a separate, optional meeting ending at 6 PM.
6:50 PM Introduction to Meeting – Best Practices Overview.
Please mute yourself by 6:59 PM so we can begin on time.
7:00 PM Business Meeting & Call to Order – Chair’s Remarks.
7:04 PM Approval of Agenda & Previous Minutes: June 2020.
7:05 PM Announcements – (Please type announcements into the Zoom Chat to add them to the Minutes.)
7:15 PM .
7:30 PM Administrative and Standing Committee Reports.
8:30 PM Election of PCPs by Acclimation.
8:45 PM New Business.
9:00 PM Adjournment.
Campaign Committee Resolution: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1n_xv1yJ0fwYVOMqS1vh-0ujD9B0WGosUSP8zL-e0Q84
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Platform, Resolutions and Legislative Committee Faith Ruffing
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Justice Sally Joughin
Tribal Sovereignty Ruth Jensen
Historical and Ongoing Anti-Blackness Quinton Blanton
Election Integrity Bill Harris
Basic Rights Mark Nerys
Education Margi Brown
Economy Mitch Rofsky
Climate Action Pat DeLaquil
Abuse of Power
Labor and Small Business
Communication: Jas Davis
Technology: Aaron Levine