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Code of Conduct

The NCMC welcomes the participation of honest Chicano Mexicanos (individuals/organizations) who commit themselves to the Principles of Unity, Principled Demands, Structure & Code of Conduct; and, who are willing to contribute to a progressive politlcal agenda for the empowerment of Nuestra Raza and the liberation of Aztlán-Occupied Mexico.

  1. No alcohol/drugs will be permitted at NCMC National meetings, or official National events.

  2. Members and others under the influence of alcohol or non prescription drugs will not be permitted to participate in NCMC National Meetings or official National events. They will be asked to leave by Security.

  3. Members are expected to treat each other in a respectful manner and promote non-racist, non-sexist (including sexual preference) or otherwise non-chauvinistic behavior. Members who cannot comply will be asked to leave by a consensus of the present body (or public event responsibles), and such directives will be carried out by Security as needed. A member who violates this provision will be invited to meet with the NCMC Mesa Directiva or Region Steering Committee, whichever is appropriate in a given situation, for constructive review of the "incident" in question with the goal of providing positive collective counseling for that member to move beyond the "incident".

  4. No violence, derogatory language nor actions which promote violence will be allowed at NCMC National or Regional events/efforts. Anyone involved in such actlons will promptly be responded to, and asked to leave by Security. Any incident of this nature will be referred to the NCMC Mesa Directiva or Region Steering Committee, whichever is appropriate in a given situation, for review and follow up action.

  5. Members and other NCMC participants are expected to respect the collective process, the Principles of Unity and Code of Conduct and to refrain from making public statements or taking public action counter to a decision made by the NCMC on a National basis or at a Regional level.

  6. Any member who violates these, provisions will be asked to leave and at a later time will be invited to meet with the NCMC Mesa Directlva or Region Steering Committee, whichever is appropriate in a given situation, for constmctive review of the "incident" in questlon and with the goal of postive collective counseling for that member in order to bring about resolution.


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