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The result of patient and urgent work, and more than five years in the making, Lessons in Liberation invites educators into the work of abolition.

Author: AK Press

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ISBN: 1849354367

Category: Education

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A political vision for a future ripe with alternatives to imprisonment and punishment.
2021-09-07 By AK Press

The result of patient and urgent work, and more than five years in the making, Lessons in Liberation invites educators into the work of abolition.

Author: The Education for Liberation Network & Critical Resistance Editorial Collective

Publisher: AK Press

ISBN: 9781849354370

Category: Education

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Born from sustained organizing, and rooted in Black and women of color feminisms, disability justice, and other movements, abolition calls for an end to our reliance on imprisonment, policing and surveillance, and to imagine a safer future for our communities. Lessons in Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators offers entry points to build critical and intentional bridges between educational practice and the growing movement for abolition. Designed for educators, parents, and young people, this toolkit shines a light on innovative abolitionist projects, particularly in Pre-K–12 learning contexts. Sections are dedicated to entry points into Prison Industrial Complex abolition and education; the application of the lessons and principles of abolition; and stories about growing abolition outside of school settings. Topics addressed throughout include student organizing, immigrant justice in the face of ICE, approaches to sex education, arts-based curriculum, and building abolitionist skills and thinking in lesson plans. The result of patient and urgent work, and more than five years in the making, Lessons in Liberation invites educators into the work of abolition. Contributors include Black Organizing Project, Chicago Women’s Health Center, Mariame Kaba and Project NIA, Bettina L. Love, the MILPA Collective, and artists from the Justseeds Collective, among others.

Satyanarain Singh , Mushahari and Its Lessons ' , Liberation , October 1969 . Ibid . Ibid . Liberation , February 1969 . ... “ Agrarian Revolution and Crisis Within the Revolutionary Classes ' in Liberation , September 1969 .

Author: Sumanta Banerjee

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ISBN: UOM:39015019386500

Category: India

Page: 360

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Liberation , June , 1968 . 2. Satyanarain Singh , Mushahari and Its Lessons ' ; Liberation , Octor ber , 1969 . 3 . Ibid . 4 . Ibid . 5. Liberation , February , 1969 . 6. Nepal Today , July 15 , 1968 . 7. Liberation , April , 1969 . 8.

Author: Sumanta Banerjee

Publisher: Calcutta : Subarnarekha

ISBN: UOM:39015047661585

Category: India, South

Page: 436

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Author: Max Wardell

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ISBN: UCAL:$B28884

Category: California

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1923 By Max Wardell

Warrior Wisdom Sun: poems on battle, lessons and liberation is the first book from debut author Sarah Elliott. This collection was birthed towards the end of a global pandemic.

Author: Sarah Elliott

Publisher: Brightest Light Publishing House

ISBN: 1739680804

Category: Fiction

Page: 176

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Emerging from a long sleep, wielding a weapon of words; at last here comes the light. Warrior Wisdom Sun: poems on battle, lessons and liberation is the first book from debut author Sarah Elliott. This collection was birthed towards the end of a global pandemic. For Sarah, writing poetry was a means to express and provide a voice to the unprocessed emotions bubbling beneath the surface. Indeed, in her own words: "Words are my friend, my solace, my escape drawing me out from darkness." Sarah has previously written reviews, case studies and advisory pieces for published national educational content. This is the first time she has shared her creative talents publicly. Her writing is for anyone, anywhere who experiences life challenges, attempts to draw meaning and value from them and seeks a brighter tomorrow. Sarah trusts her words will resonate, remind and reassure. It's all so familiar isn't it? The battles we face. The lessons we learn. Trying earnestly to recapture the joy we vaguely remember. This is the essence of this poetry collection. A journey through the hard times and challenges that teach us valuable life lessons - if we choose to listen. Lessons that help us to remember who we are. A journey that brings us back to our true self where we can shine, manifest peace and joy, live within and truly thrive. This book is dyslexia friendly: Dyslexia friendly font, size 12 font, clear sections and spacing and printed on cream paper. About the author Having taught in education for over twenty-five years, Sarah currently works in an advisory capacity in her home city of Nottingham, England. In later years, Sarah discovered the ancient art of acupuncture and is now a fully qualified practitioner. Helping others (both physically and mentally) led to the realisation that it was time to slow down and focus upon her own internal thoughts and emotional well-being. Having always fostered her creative side, through the lens of dance and musicality, Sarah - being an avid reader - has now taken her first foray into the art of the written word. Acknowledging the personal healing power of her own writing journey inspired Sarah to share her work in the hope that her words may provide comfort, connection, acceptance, and strength in her readers. Instagram: @writingforlight
2022-03-16 By Sarah Elliott

For those readers seeking a liberatory approach to education, these dialogues will be a revelation and a unique summary. For all those convinced of the need for transformation, this book shows the way.

Author: Ira Shor

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0897891058

Category: Education

Page: 203

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Two world renowned educators, Paulo Freire and Ira Shor, speak passionately about the role of education in various cultural and political arenas. They demonstrate the effectiveness of dialogue in action as a practical means by which teachers and students can become active participants in the learning process. In a lively exchange, the authors illuminate the problems of the educational system in relation to those of the larger society and argue for the pressing need to transform the classroom in both Third and First World contexts. Shor and Freire illustrate the possibilities of transformation by describing their own experiences in liberating the classroom from its traditional constraints. They demonstrate how vital the teacher's role is in empowering students to think critically about themselves and their relation, not only to the classroom, but to society. For those readers seeking a liberatory approach to education, these dialogues will be a revelation and a unique summary. For all those convinced of the need for transformation, this book shows the way.
1987 By Ira Shor

77 Kanu Sanyal , “ Report on Peasant Struggle in the Terai Region " , Liberation , November 1968 . 78 Satyanarayan Singh , “ Musahari and Its Lessons " , Liberation , October 1969 . Struggle in Debra , West Bengal ” ploiting classes and ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015035926669

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37 lijima questioned postwar conceptions of women's liberation ( josei kaiho ] and rejected how “ equality between ... that womens liberation meant neither “ assimilation with men , nor something that would come after class liberation .

Author: Gavin Walker

Publisher: Verso Books

ISBN: 9781786637222

Category: History

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Japan: The "other," lesser-known 1968 The analysis of May 68 in Paris, Berkeley, and the Western world has been widely reconsidered. But 1968 is not only a year that conjures up images of Paris, Frankfurt, or Milan: it is also the pivotal year for a new anti-colonial and anti-capitalist politicsto erupt across the Third World, a crucial and central moment in the history, thought, and politics of Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. Japan's position -- neither in "the West" nor in the "Third World" --provoked a complex and intense round of mass mobilizations through the 1960s and early 70s. Although the "'68 revolutions" of the Global North -- Western Europe and North America -- are widely known, the Japanese situation remains remarkably under-examined globally. Beginning in the late 1950s, a New Left, independent of the prewar Japanese communist moment (itself of major historical importance in the 1920s and 30s), came to produce one of the most vibrant decades of political organization, political thought, and political aesthetics in the global twentieth century. In the present volume, major thinkers of the Left in Japan alongside scholars of the 1968 movements reexamine the theoretical sources, historical background, cultural productions, and major organizational problems of the 1968 revolutions in Japan.
2020-11-24 By Gavin Walker

That is why in many cases class liberation was also national liberation . ... Insider and Outsider Perspectives : Lessons for Anthropology The Balkans is just one of the ( places ) on which ( Western ) Europe imposed the complexities of ...

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Publisher: Penn State Press

ISBN: 0271044357

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