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Richard Bis, Community Organizer Asian American Drug Abuse Program, Inc.
Our community organizer president is taking a snooze and letting Russian President Vladimir Putin drive the agenda with respect to Syria.
Facilitated by our Oregon Community Organizer, Chrissy Peirsol.
Yet after working with educators on the ground for the last ten years in Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan, I would argue the reverse: Obama must tap into what he learned as a community organizer (which has also won him a Nobel Prize).
Barack Obama began his career as a 24-year-old community organizer, working in neighborhoods one block at a time, building coalitions for change.
WE MAKE CHANGE: COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS TALK ABOUT WHAT THEY DO--AND WHY
Concern over recent mining accidents has rekindled religious leaders' support for the miners' struggle to choose a union without harassment or fear of losing their jobs, June Rostan, an AFL-CIO community organizer working with the UMWA campaign, told Sojourners.
Now 21, Robinson, who eschews labels but uses the "ze" pronoun, has worked as a peer educator and family group leader for YES, has attended community board meetings, and is pursuing a position as a community organizer with FIERCE