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Teach freedom : education for liberation in the African-American tradition

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

The Teaching for social justice series, Teachers College Press, New York, p.272 (2008)

Call Number:

Cubb LC2741 .T43 2008

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/7598885

Keywords:

African Americans--Civil rights--History, African Americans--Education--History, Popular education--United States, United States--Race relations

Notes:

"This dynamic anthology is about those forms of education intended to help people think more critically about the social forces shaping their lives and think more confidently about their ability to react against those forces. Featuring articles by educator-activists, this collection explores the largely forgotten history of attempts by African Americans to use education as a tool of collective liberation. Together these articles explore the variety of forms those attempts have taken, from the shadow of slavery to the contradictions of hip-hop."