Learning and Development for Popular Education and Social Change

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    Popular and folk education supports and learning for social change for social justice by enhancing people’s consciousness about their roles, helping them cultivate a vision for change, and helping them identify strategies to accomplish change. Two of the leading innovators are Paulo Freire (who is responsible for the literacy training of probably more people than anyone else in the world) and Myles Horton (who started the Highlander Folk School, attended by Rosa Parks and supported by Martin Luther King, Andrew Young, etc.)

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