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Facilitated by our Oregon Community Organizer, Chrissy Peirsol.
Mayfield, a community organizer, is heavily favored to win the November 8 general election against her Republican rival, Ed Toney, because the district traditionally backs Democrats.
The job of a community organizer is to go out in the community and help people organize together, because a lot of times they don't know how to navigate the system, or know what power they have when they do things collectively.
Followed by a media horde and excited locals snapping photographs on their camera phones, the former community organizer visited Sasha Bruce House, an emergency shelter for homeless and troubled teenagers near Capitol Hill.
And he’s not just a community organizer, quote, unquote.
Linney said the mini-series was a tribute to "the great community organizers that helped form our country", a clear reference to Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama, a former community organizer.
Cohen said: "Barack Obama was a community organizer like Jesus, who our minister prayed about.
Barack Obama studied international relations at Columbia (he also has a law degree and has taught constitutional law) before returning to Chicago to be a community organizer.