Constitution.By Mojanito Farasin in Aggies for Palestine.Aggies for Palestine (AP) Texas A&M University Constitution:Purpose: Aggies for Palestine is a political, social, and cultural organization at Texas A&M University aiming topromote the Palestinian cause of struggle for justice, liberation, human rights, and self-determination both oncampus and off campus.Vision: Our vision is to have an organization in solidarity with Palestine, where students can show their supportand learn about the Palestinian cause. The focus of this organization is to address the issues of human rights,equality, discrimination, refugees, right of return, occupation, and apartheid in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Thisorganization is committed to standing firmly with other organizations against racism and discrimination of allforms and promote equality. Also, this organization stands firmly in solidarity with liberation struggles of peoplearound the world.Goals:
Raise awareness about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Advocate the rights of the Palestinian people.
Promote the Palestinian history and culture.
Work for accurate and balance reporting in the mainstream media.
Advocate the historic and scientific Israeli-Palestine conflict narrative.
Create a dialogue about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Exchange ideas, experiences, and views.
Build a social network between pro-Palestinian students on campus.
Collaborate with other organizations.
Support people working against injustice.Membership Eligibility, Standards, and Requirements:
Any Registered Texas A&M University student, staff, or faculty is eligible for membership.
There are no GPA requirements for members.
There is no membership fee.
Members must fill out a membership application before they become members.