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Lessons In Liberation: Abolitionist Community Organizing and Education (Virtual Event)

Join us on alongside Education for Liberation Network and Critical Resistance in celebration of the release of Lessons in Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators (forthcoming September 2021). This is the sixth of a six-part webinar series dedicated to supporting abolition across educational contexts All webinars will be streamed via YouTube and Facebook. ASL Interpretation will […]

Lessons In Liberation: Bridging Abolition to School Leadership (Virtual Event)

Join us on alongside Education for Liberation Network and Critical Resistance in celebration of the release of Lessons in Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators (forthcoming September 2021). This is the fifth of a six-part webinar series dedicated to supporting abolition across educational contexts All webinars will be streamed via YouTube and Facebook. ASL Interpretation will […]

Lessons In Liberation: Students For Abolition (Virtual Event)

Join us on alongside Education for Liberation Network and Critical Resistance in celebration of the release of Lessons in Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators (forthcoming September 2021). This is the fourth of a six-part webinar series dedicated to supporting abolition across educational contexts All webinars will be streamed via YouTube and Facebook. ASL Interpretation will […]

Lessons In Liberation: Abolition In Our PreK-12 Classrooms (Virtual Event)

    On Tuesday, September 28th at 4:00pm, join us on alongside Education for Liberation Network and Critical Resistance in celebration of the release of Lessons in Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators (forthcoming September 2021). This is the third of a six-part webinar series dedicated to supporting abolition across educational contexts. Register here! All […]

Intersectionality and Class: With Julie Greene & Michael Reagan

In conversation for the first time, historians Julie Greene and Michael Reagan will discuss class and intersectionality. In the last fifty years, work on racial capitalism, materialist feminism, and Black feminism have transformed scholarship and activism on class and capitalism. But social movements and scholars have struggled to adequately grapple with the complexity of class […]

Lessons In Liberation: Healing Justice Pedagogies (Virtual Event)

Join us on alongside Education for Liberation Network and Critical Resistance in celebration of the release of Lessons in Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators (forthcoming September 2021). This is the second of a six-part webinar series dedicated to supporting abolition across educational contexts. Register here. All webinars will be streamed via YouTube and Facebook. […]

Lessons In Liberation: Grounding Education In Abolition (Virtual Launch Event)

Join us on alongside Education for Liberation Network and Critical Resistance in celebration of the release of Lessons in Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators (forthcoming September 2021). This first webinar of the series will focus on grounding education in abolitionist praxis. Click here to register. All webinars will be streamed via YouTube and Facebook. […]

Lessons In Liberation Webinar Series

Posted on August 24th, 2021 in AK Authors!, Events

Hosted by Education For Liberation Network & Critical Resistance Mark your calendars and join us alongside Education for Liberation Network and Critical Resistance to celebrate the launch of Lessons In Liberation: An Abolitionist Toolkit for Educators, forthcoming this September and available for preorder here. Register here to attend the first webinar Lessons In Liberation: Grounding […]

The Public School Nightmare – Book Excerpt

Posted on August 18th, 2008 in AK Book Excerpts

Revolution by the Book will periodically post excerpts from new (or older) AK Press books. This one is an essay by John Taylor Gatto, which appears in Everywhere All the Time: A New Deschooling Reader, edited by Matt Hern (AK Press, 2008). Enjoy! * * * The Public School Nightmare: Why Fix a System Designed […]