Nicole S. Soto Rodríguez was born and raised in San Juan Puerto Rico. She has been involved in community work as a leader in different communities making art skills accessible to children and youth. She has been part of the Universidad Sin Fronteras since 2010 and works now as the campus coordinator in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The students will discuss the role of collective education process in the Social Movement Building toward liberation and decolonization. Through questions like “What decolonization looks like? Am I a colonial subject perpetuating colonialism?, How am I liberating myself and my community?-the class will explore the social reality with an educational perspective.
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Fundación Arana Old San Juan (Tentative)