Paulo Freire At 100

By Peter Mclaren, Tribune Magazine. -

Today marks the centennial anniversary of the birth of Brazilian philosopher Paulo Freire. Most widely known for his magisterial Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Freire’s work continues to be a [...]

How Amilcar Cabral Shaped Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy

By Curry Mallott, Black Agenda Report. -

Amílcar L Cabral was born 12 September 1924 in Bafatá, Guinea-Bissau, one of Portugal’s African colonies. He was murdered on 20 January 1973 by fascist Portuguese assassins just months before the [...]

Paulo Freire’s Brazil: ‘Return To Grassroots Popular Education’

By Paolo Vittorio, Il Manifesto. -

In my case, I spent four years in prison, two with political prisoners and two with ordinary prisoners. With the common prisoners, we experimented with popular education through theater, reading [...]