Uniforms for ANWO
To: All members of the African Women’s Commission(AWC) and the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO)
From: African Women’s Commission of the African People’s Socialist Party
Date: September 4, 2018
Subject: Introducing uniform policy
Starting immediately, members of the African Women’s Commission (AWC) and the African National Women’s Organization (ANWO) will be expected to wear uniforms in the performance of their duties related to AWC and ANWO.
- Uniforms create a unified image for our members and organization.
- Uniforms are easily identifiable
- Uniforms convey a serious and organized group
- Uniforms create a professional appearance and a set standard for members that the community expect to see.
- Uniforms help create a sense of unity among members
When should we wear uniforms?
- During outreach
- During public actions
- At organizational events
Why are the colors for AWC and ANWO different?
Women who are in AWC have chosen to join the African People’s Socialist Party and adhere to a different set of organizational principles than the members of ANWO. Being a member of AWC is a higher designation that we show with distinct colors and recognition.
Basic Uniform Details
|African Women’s Commission (Red)
|African National Women’s Organization (Green)
|Beret / Headwrap
Wear either one during community or organizational events
Should be worn for community organizing and public actions
|Black long or short sleeved polo
Can be worn for community organizing and public actions.
Should be worn at organizational events.
|Black cargo or tactical pants
Regular black pants
Where can we purchase our uniforms?
You can purchase the pieces of your uniform from anywhere. However we recommend the following places.