Sisters Political Action

Sisters engage in political action to support the people and policies that support Carpenter’s values. Within their Locals and Councils, Sisters help with campaigns, phone banks, material drops, and other things. Learn more about what Sisters have done, and continue doing, to stay politically engaged and knowledgeable. Use this information to start or expand the political actions you take to support Carpenter’s values.

Political Involvement

Some items in this document were obtained from reports submitted by SIB committees. In these instances, examples are listed with the name of the submitting Council. Some examples can be viewed below.

Many items in this document were obtained from Sisters who participated in the SIB Political Survey. In these instances, Council names and examples are not listed, although many Councils in the United States and Canada engage in these political activities. THANKS to all who participated!

Political Activities

Sisters engage in political action to support the people and policies that support Carpenter’s values. Within their Locals and Councils, Sisters help with campaigns, phone banks, material drops, and other things. Learn more about what Sisters have done, and continue doing, to stay politically engaged and knowledgeable. Use this information to start or expand the political actions you take to support Carpenter’s values.

  • MARCHES AND RALLIES
  • PROJECTS AND CAUSES
  • SIB MEETINGS
  • PUBLIC MEETINGS WITH POLITICIANS/LEGISLATIVE GROUPS
  • PUBLIC MEETINGS WITH NON-POLITICIANS
  • POLITICAL PUBLICITY CAMPAIGNS
  • CONVENTIONS, CONFERENCES, SOCIAL EVENTS
  • MATERIALS AND MESSAGES
  • “GET OUT THE VOTE” CAMPAIGNS
  • UBC MEMBERS IN POLITICAL POSITIONS

POLITICAL TRAINING

Sisters actively seek opportunities to gain the skills and information needed to support the UBC political agenda. They participate in political conferences, workshops, and meetings at the UBC, as well as at other organizations. Some learning opportunities have an entirely political focus, while others offer a political training component. Click the button below to see how Sisters engage in learning and identify types of training that might interest you.

  • CONFERENCES
  • CLASSES, WORKSHOPS, MEETINGS

SIB COMMITTEE CONTACTS

There are many SIB committees throughout the United States and Canada. Sisters in these committees work with their Councils to promote an increase in the number and diversity of women in the UBC. Contact the committee chairs in your area to see how you can get involved politically.