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Proposal ID147
ProposalPresentation on White Privilege at Annual Meeting in Tulsa, 2005
PresenterDiversity Committee
Floor ManagerSteve Kramer
Discussion06/09/2005 - 06/26/2005
Voting06/27/2005 - 07/03/2005
Presens Quorum32 0.6666
Consens Quorum41 A Majority of Yes and No Votes


The Diversity Committee believes this proposal should go to the United
States Green Party National Committee to be voted on rather than having it
be handled as just another item to be or not to be added to the agenda. We
believe its importance to the party is great. If this proposal is approved
we will feel that the United States Green Party National Committee agrees
with us that the Diversity Committee is going in the direction that was
envisioned for us.
Carolyn Dulai
Secretary, Diversity Committee

In accordance with our mission statement (see References below) in April
2005 an election was held to determine the focus our state and caucus
delegates want the Diversity Committee to go to achieve our mission. Our
second priority is to change the view that the Green Party is really a White


The United States Green Party National Committee will set aside a prominent
time during its official National Meeting in Tulsa, OK July 21-24 for a
presentation on "White Privilege."


Time at the United States Green Party National Committee Meeting in Tulsa,
OK July 21-24.

Carolyn Dulai
14823 Woodbury Road
Haslett, MI 48840


The Diversity Committee Annual Priorities as sent to the United States Green
Party National Committee April, 2005.

The Diversity Committee's mission statement is:
"Whereas the Green Party aims to become a party of all people, the Diversity
Committee resolves to:
  Work toward a Green Party that reflects the diversity of the United
  Raise issues of diversity to the Green Party Coordinating Committee and
the Green Party at large; and,
  Develop strategies to address and redress issues of diversity.
The Diversity Committee seeks to create a Green Party that takes affirmative
action to create a political community where all are welcomed, respected and
encouraged to participate at all levels."

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