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Deciding to Organize

Réalisé par Peter Pearson et Bonnie Sherr Klein
Canada, 1968 (documentaire, 34 minutes, noir et blanc, anglais)
Deciding to Organize
Photo © Office national du film du Canada

Description du film [en anglais] :
« From the The Alinsky Approach: Organizing for Power series, this film shows a group of concerned citizens from Dayton, Ohio, meeting and consulting Saul Alinsky on the means of creating an effective organization. »
-- National Film Board of Canada (source)

Générique (partiel) :
Produit par : Barrie Howells, John Kemeny
Montage images : Roger Hart
Société de production : National Film Board of Canada / Office national du film du Canada
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Citation sur Deciding to Organize [en anglais]

« [Deciding to Organize] shows [Saul] Alinsky interpreting his approach to a potential sponsor group in Dayton, and members of this group struggling to decide whether it wants the IAF [Industrial Areas Foundation]. [...] We observe Alinksy in an initial stage of organizing -- he is attempting to undermine rationalizations for inactivity and testing the group for its willingness to accept the ethical and tactical consequences of his approach to organizing -- his anecdote about ruining the Ku Klux Klan leader in Texas, which he would do again, is just such a test. »
-- Peter Katadotis (source)

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