Category Archives: Paulo Freire

I can’t sleep, but there are dreams….Myles Horton

Quote from Myles Horton: I can’t sleep, but there are dreams. What you must do is go back, get a simple place, move in and you are there. The situation is there. You start with this and you let it … Continue reading

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Ira Shor on Interactive Learning and Communication

I wrote this article in April, 1993 about liberatory education after going to a talk at La Pena in Berkeley, California, by Ira Shor. When I first went to hear Paulo Freire, the Brazilian educator and author of Pedagogy of … Continue reading

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Educational Pedagogy for Sharing of Work and Learning Process in Brazil

This podcast from Against the Grain, a KPFA radio program, an interview of a PhD candidate at UC Berkeley, tells the story of a workers’ movement in Brazil that is also an educational movement using the ideas of Paulo Freire … Continue reading

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