Pedagogy of the Oppressed
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Part 2 of Red Library's Revolutionary Politics in Central and South America Series

Comrade/Professor Noah de Lissovoy returns to Red Library this week to discuss Pedagogy of the Oppressed, the hugely influential work by Brazilian critical educator and Marxist, Paulo Freire.

We talk in-depth about Freire's teaching methodology of revolution and hope, the banking model of education within capitalism, Freire's conception of the relationship between oppressor and the oppressed, and the general role of education in politics, anti-capitalism, and anti-colonial struggles.

This is one you don't want to miss, comrades!

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