A tribe is a place to belong, a group to protect, a people united by ties of descent, customs and traditions. Or just people that think alike.
The Intellectual = Knowledge
Intellectuals are known for their desire to learn, their openness to new experiences and as a result their unending knowledge. Intellectuals are able to quickly change the world in important and tactical ways.
The Intellectuals Tribe includes people who have a creative genius and wish to use it to right a variety of wrongs. Intellectuals may seem to be daydreaming but they are very capable of making their dreams a reality using their intelligence and unbiased logic to develop a solution. Appearing quite serious at first, they are warm and sharing people who love to welcome new faces so that they can hear new perspectives.
Example Intellectual: Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata (First Lady of Zambia)
The previous first lady of Zambia, Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata (2011-2014) and was appointed WHO’s (World Health Organisation), Goodwill Ambassador against Gender Based Violence from 2012-2014 has stunned many people in coming out in defence of gay rights at a reception hosted by UNAIDS in Lusaka, Zambia (2013). She called for the end to discrimination against sexual minorities. “No one should be discriminated against based on their sexual orientation” she said. In a country where homosexuality is a crime, and where two men were facing 14 years in prison and another for discussing gay people and HIV on TV this is remarkable. Lady Christine has also said that in matters of public health issues, (like HIV) the gay community has the support of her husband, previous president, Michael Sata.