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We make the road by walking : conversations on education and social change

Author: Myles Horton; Brenda Bell; John Gaventa; John Marshall Peters
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, ©1990.
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Named Person: Paulo Freire; Myles Horton; Paulo Freire; Myles Horton; Paulo Freire; Myles Horton; Paulo Freire; Myles Horton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Myles Horton; Brenda Bell; John Gaventa; John Marshall Peters
ISBN: 0877227713 9780877227717 0877227756 9780877227755
OCLC Number: 21483166
Description: xxxvii, 256 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: "We make the road by walking" --
Formative years. --
"I was always getting in trouble for reading in school" --
"Reading has to be a loving event" --
"I couldn't use all this book learning" --
"I always am in the beginning, as you" --
"Pockets of hope": literacy and citizenship --
Ideas. --
"Without practice there's no knowledge" --
"Is it possible just to teach biology" --
"I've always been ambivalent about charismatic leaders" --
"The difference between education and organizing" --
"My expertise is in knowing not to be an expert" --
"My respect for the soul of the culture" --
"I learned a lot from being a father" --
Educational practice. --
"The more the people become themselves, the better the democracy" --
"Highlander is a weaving of many colors" --
"Conflicts are the midwife of consciousness " --
Education and social change. --
"You have to bootleg education" --
"The people begin to get their history into their hands, and then the role of education changes" --
Reflections. --
"Peaks and valleys and hills and hollers" --
"It's necessary to laugh with the people" --
Epilogue.
Responsibility: Myles Horton and Paulo Freire ; edited by Brenda Bell, John Gaventa, and John Peters.

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