Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Tezozomoc spoke of lessons learned from the South Central Farm struggle and the current campaign involving Forever 21. For more information go to: www.southcentralfarmers.com.
"Politics or pedagogy?"
Audio collage of Teacher's voices and an interview with UTLA President A.J. Duffy re: Press Conference about one-day strike authorization vote.
Coalition against Militarism in Our Schools weekly commentary. Arlene Inouye spoke of the Selling the Army at Venice HS through the school newspaper "Oarsman."
Augusto Boal Roundtable Joy Anderson; Jessica Gudiel; Irina Contreras; Johanna Iraheta; Sandra de la Losa; Angela Ruiz; and Tanya Selig
“If we do not trespass (not necessarily violently), if we do not go beyond our cultural norms, our state of oppression, the limits imposed upon us, even the law itself (which should be transformed) – if we do not trespass in this we can never be free. To free ourselves is to trespass, and to transform. It is through the creation of the new that that which has not yet existed begins to exist. To free yourself is to trespass. To trespass is to exist. To free ourselves is to exist. To free yourself is to exist.”
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