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Box 3
Folder 70 Bylaws and Constitution, n.d.

Between meetings of the National Convention and the Expanded National Interim Committee (ENIC), the National Interim Committee (NIC) was the highest political and administrative body of the National New American Movement. The NIC was composed of 11 members of whom at least half were women. Among the NIC membership the National office (also known as the Political Committee) had three representatives. The NIC met not less than five times a year and its responsibilities included organizing program task forces and other subcommittees on the national level, convening the Expanded National Interim Committee and the national convention, and chartering chapters.