U: POV's are responses to capitalist relations.
We can see many or all of the responses in our own practice at one time or another.
P: One POV is dominant, or the identity of one's Personal Character
One POV is secondary, or the identity of one's Social Character
Because we can see many or all of the responses in our own practice at one time or another, the process of determining one's POV requires constant observation and struggle, and conceptualization deepens over time. Engaging in careful observation and analysis of one's own behavior is a principal step in resistance.
Leadership of the Organization
Program Participants or Organizing Targets