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By Deborah Barndt

Compelling case experiences of teams in Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, the USA, and Canada utilizing the humanities for schooling, neighborhood improvement, and social move building.

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The Nicaraguan adult education program in the 1980s strongly reflected Freirean principles of “popular education”: that education is not neutral, that it must start with the experiences and perceptions of the learners, that the content should be drawn from their daily lives, that the teachers are learners and learners teachers. Freire framed literacy more broadly as not only learning to read the “word” but also to read the “world”; his problem-posing approach to education drew upon the social contradictions learners faced in their daily lives.

African American scholar/ activist Robin D. G. -based educator/artist Amy Shimshon-Santo articulates in the introductory video accompanying this book: Decolonization is to come into that awareness of how your ancestors brought you here, and to engage in an affirming way with who you are, where you came from, and what your potential for creativity and change might be. Cultural and educational institutions should be reflective of who we are as a people. What we consider beautiful, what we consider meaningful, what we consider intelligent and knowledgeable, should be reflective of all of us.

The Nicaraguan adult education program in the 1980s strongly reflected Freirean principles of “popular education”: that education is not neutral, that it must start with the experiences and perceptions of the learners, that the content should be drawn from their daily lives, that the teachers are learners and learners teachers. Freire framed literacy more broadly as not only learning to read the “word” but also to read the “world”; his problem-posing approach to education drew upon the social contradictions learners faced in their daily lives.

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