Every tradition of social action has its own ways of making sense of the world. Community organizing, for example, generally understands social action as an ongoing series of battles over power and resources and the less powerful as a repository of potential agency. When social service agencies look out at the world, in contrast, they see suffering, a vast collection of people in need of help.
Core dilemmas of organizing: How do community organizers think?
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