- To strive for educational, cultural, economic, political, and social empowerment within our community in order to liberate colonized people.
- To undertake the responsibility of retaining our cultural identity and resisting assimilation.
- To promote, support, and unite all organizations, movements and clubs that align with the mission of MECHA.
Mission of MECHA: Mechistas must take it upon themselves to organize and politicize our communities to build power to enact liberatory politics. This means not only combating the legacies of colonization such as capitalism and white supremacy, but creating a movement that centers Black, Indigenous, Queer, Trans, and Femme people. We must never let our goal be assimilation as representation will never equal liberation, rather we must build the power of our communities to abolish the structures that maintain our collective oppression. We do the work of politicization to struggle for the self-determination of all people, as even the empowerment of Mechistas alone will never be enough. This means we must devote ourselves to end settler colonialism, anti-Black racism, heteronormativity, borders and prisons because our liberation does not exist until these legacies of colonization are abolished. Our work against colonization does not stop here; we must combat its continuation through promoting anti-imperialist politics and ending the ways in which we ourselves uphold colonization. All this, for the purpose of liberation itself.