Learning as a social movement strategy

Learning as a Social Movement Strategy

The use of education, learning, and training as a strategy to build movements and fight oppression has a long history, especially in agrarian social movements. Sometimes referred to as ‘popular education’, such approaches contrast with top-down approaches in that they seek to empower learners and not simply fill them with information. How is learning used as a social movement strategy.

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