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The press should be not only a collective propagandist and a collective agitator, but also a collective organizer of the masses.
I always considered myself being an organizer. I'm very good at teaching singers, I'm very good at staging a show, to entertain people. But I never included myself. I never applied this to me as an artist.
A first-rate organizer is never in a hurry. He is never late. He always keeps up his sleeve a margin for the unexpected.
It always seemed to me ironic that the McCain campaign kept referring sneeringly to Obama's meager resume - 'a mere community organizer!' - before he entered electoral politics. It was Obama's experience as a community organizer that proved such a killer app when he applied that skill to the Internet.
I am not a hoodlum. I'm a community organizer.
A good organizer is key to anyone with a busy social life.
I feel that directors at times are like the janitors on the set. I am the secretary, I am the organizer, I am the maid, and I ask if they have eaten or rested. The best things are always out of your control. It's those moments that surpass the imagination that are thrilling.
Eco sees the intellectual as an organizer of culture, someone who can run a magazine or a museum. An administrator, in fact. I think this is a melancholy situation for an intellectual.
I'm not a politician, I'm not an ideologue, I'm not an organizer anymore. I'm a human being sharing ideas, and those ideas have to feel fresh and from my heart and my head, and I have to feel it. You can't force that feeling.
I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a community organizer, except that you have actual responsibilities.
Obama used to be a community organizer. He knows how to build communities.
Jesus was a community organizer, Pontius Pilate was a governor. And perhaps they should understand the role of a community organizer is to help people in distress.
Kickstarter isn't a profit center, it's an organizer and an instigator.
In my college years, I worked as a union labor organizer. I was just one of the many workers trying to do my part to help the community.
My mother was a teacher, my father was a community organizer. I come from a working class background.
I was the adoring son of a Welsh-Irish father, a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat, a Catholic Knight of Columbus who was a blue-collar, trade union organizer and, not surprisingly, a fervid Nixon-hater.
I was an organizer in the Food, Agricultural and Tobacco Workers Union down in North Carolina.
My father was a meat worker. He was a union organizer in the meat workers union.
I'm not a grassroots organizer; that is clear. I believe in a division of labor. I'm not trained to organize the grassroots, and grassroots has to come from the grassroots.
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