- Support and Assist AIM Chapters.
- Promote and encourage public and Congressional education on Native Issues with material issued or authorized by the AIM Chapter.
- Work to educate non-Indians.
Contact the nearest AIM Chapter and ask to become affiliated with them. If you do not know the nearest AIM Chapter, contact the National AIM Office (Vernon Bellecourt) at 612-341-3358 or the Office of the National Field Director (Dennis Banks) at 606-431-2346
- Support Groups are always connected to an AIM Chapter.
- Support Groups are not spokespersons nor take positions of Native Issues.
- Support Groups take information to the communities.
- Support Groups do not get involved with internal AIM affairs.
- Support Groups reinforce and support positions taken by AIM Chapters.
- Support Groups are responsible for their groups and individula behavior in Public and at AIM events.
- All Support Groups are to respect AIM's position that all Support Group gatherings are to be drug and alcohol-free events. Members are to be drug and alcohol-free at any AIM gathering or any Native American event. Refrain from wearing AIM colors if in questionable situations.
- Support Group members are not to be verbally or physically abusive at any AIM gathering or event. No weapons are to be carried at any AIM event or gathering.
- Support Groups are to submit a yearly report each December to their individual sponsoring AIM Chapter summarizing the activities of the group. You are encouraged to send a copy of the report to the Office of the National Field Director.
- An upcoming plan of action for the new year should also be submitted to the AIM Chapter with the annual report.
- Should the Support Group's political direction come in direct opposition to their parent AIM Chapter, a disclaimer is to be issued by both the Support Group and the affiliated AIM Chapter.
- Petition drives for various Native issues.
- Tabling with material and information geared to educating on Native issues and approved by the AIM Chapter.
- Letter writing campaigns.
- Phone banks.
- Door-to-door canvassing.
- Post card campaigns to educate, give information, and/or get committments to phone, write, fax or sign petitions/postcards supporting the positions put forth by a particular AIM Chapter on specific Native issues.
- Fund raising for the AIM Chapter or for a particular project. (Support Groups do not maintain their own financial accounts, i.e. bank accounts, etc.).
- Establish an AIM resource library(ies) with books and material available about the history of AIM, Native issues, Native American leaders, indigenous issues worldwide, etc.
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