From the resource developed by Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice (SNEEJ):
On December 6-8, 1996, forty people of color and European-American representatives met in Jemez, New Mexico, for the “Working Group Meeting on Globalization and Trade.” The Jemez meeting was hosted by the Southwest Network for Environmental and Economic Justice with the intention of hammering out common understandings between participants from different cultures, politics and organizations. The following “Jemez Principles” for democratic organizing were adopted by the participants.
You can access the resource here.
Thank you to the team of the Tishman Environment and Design Center for recommending this resource.