AALL has appointed an Executive Board Special Committee on Caucus Formation Policy. You can read its charge here. The Committee recently asked Caucus Chairs to respond to an AALL Caucus Formation Policy Survey. In the interest of transparency, we post our replies here. We believe that caucuses represent a “unique, grassroots forum for AALL members to participate in their Association.” We underscore the difficulty of crafting caucus policies that do not harm this unique purpose. The work of the Committee thus deserves a broader hearing among all AALL members who value grassroots participation. We have asked the Committee to allow us to comment on any proposed caucus policies with enough time for review by the AALL before its next Business Meeting.
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