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The Black Labour constitution requires all new members to be Labour Party members. New members who join Black Labour must be members of the Labour Party. Black Labour members who have been suspended from the Labour Party, but not expelled, will remain members of Black Labour.
Black Labour members who believe they have been expelled from the Labour Party unfairly, along with all individuals about whom membership decisions are taken, have the right to a fair hearing by Black Labour National Steering Group.
Friends of Black Labour /Associate members can participate in campaigns and activities organised by a local branch, group, network or Black Labour nationally, but cannot hold a position within Black Labour, vote in elections or hold other membership rights.
Membership is open to anyone who ‘self defines as Black’ (African, Caribbean, mixed parentage, etc)
In order for BLM to achieve its aims of helping the Labour Party become a transformative socialist party of government, BLM is aiming to affiliate to the Labour Party. New members must be willing to join the Labour Party as soon as becoming a member of Black Labour.
BLM members who have been suspended from the Labour Party, but not expelled, may remain members of BLM until all appeal processes have been exhausted and have been finally expelled from the Labour Party.
If you have been suspended from the Labour Party you can appeal your suspension by sending your appeal to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com or call 0345 092 2299.
If you have previously applied to be an Affiliated or Registered Supporter of the Labour Party and your application was rejected, you cannot appeal. However, this does not preclude you from applying to become a full member of the Party now.
If you have been expelled from the Labour Party or were prevented from joining, you may be deemed to have resigned from BLM. BLM members who believe they have been expelled from the Labour Party unfairly, along with all individuals about whose membership decisions are taken, have the right to a hearing by BLM’s National Steering Group.
Friends of BLM/Associate Members who are not full members can participate in campaigns and activities organised by a local group, network or BLM nationally, but cannot hold a position within BLM, vote in elections or hold executive position or other membership rights.
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