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I am not a hoodlum. I'm a community organizer.
The press should be not only a collective propagandist and a collective agitator, but also a collective organizer of the masses.
A first-rate organizer is never in a hurry. He is never late. He always keeps up his sleeve a margin for the unexpected.
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.
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.
A good organizer is key to anyone with a busy social life.
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.
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.
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.
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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