Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Book Review)

Paulo Freire was a Brazilian educator who published the activist classic Pedagogy of the Oppressed in 1970. It’s full of revolutionary thoughts, and I had a hard time picking out just a few short bits. In the beginning of the book Freire states that true revolution requires more than charity, but instead solidarity:

“True generosity consists

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Annie Windholz

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midwestern librarian, writer, activist

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