Paulo Freire, “The Adult Literacy Process as Cultural Action for Freedom and Education and Conscientizacao”

Originally posted on Scrapbooked Inquiries:
Freire, Paulo. “The Adult Literacy Process as Cultural Action for Freedom and Education and Conscientizacao.” Harvard Educational Review, vol. 40, 1970, pp. 205-12. *Note: My copy of the text doesn’t have page numbers; will need to access a hard copy of the text to complete in-text citations and find sources for…

international relations and settler colonialism: cfp

Originally posted on settler colonial studies blog:
CALL FOR PAPERS INTERNATIONAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION – TORONTO (2014) 26-29 March, 2014. Settler-Colonial Spaces: Thinking Across Indigeneity and International Relations As the ISA moves from Ohlone territories (San Francisco) to Mississauga and Haudenosaunee territories (Toronto) for its annual convention next year, this is a call to reflect on…

until the federal government changes how it interacts with tribal governments, protests over development projects in Indian Country—like the one at Standing Rock in North Dakota—are likely to continue and grow. “While we have very good laws on the books, they’re a procedural form of justice and not a substantive form of justice,” says Tsosie. “If that’s what we have been doing as a nation, then what’s the corrective?”

The Great Father has been for many years caring for his red children across the mountains; there (pointing East) many treaties have been made. Many councils have been held; and there it had been found that with farms and with schools and with shops and with laws the red man could be protected. Why do … More until the federal government changes how it interacts with tribal governments, protests over development projects in Indian Country—like the one at Standing Rock in North Dakota—are likely to continue and grow. “While we have very good laws on the books, they’re a procedural form of justice and not a substantive form of justice,” says Tsosie. “If that’s what we have been doing as a nation, then what’s the corrective?”

Whatcom County Council will have a vote, Sept. 13, on newest contract extension for GPT EIS / Noisy Waters Northwest, Sandy Robson — noisy waters northwest

September 1, 2016 Sandy Robson Whatcom County Administration continues to breathe life into the Gateway Pacific Terminal project even after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers denied the Section 404/10 permit needed on May 9th, and after the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) denied the lease needed on June 6th. via Whatcom County Council … More Whatcom County Council will have a vote, Sept. 13, on newest contract extension for GPT EIS / Noisy Waters Northwest, Sandy Robson — noisy waters northwest