This class was well attended despite the weather. Adjunct Faculty Joaquin Muerte started off with introductions and a 25-minute presentation. The 1st round robin what ” What is a globalized economy.” The group proceeded into smaller sections where 3 groups spent time understanding and naming what/who is globalizing economies. The 2nd Round Robin was on […]
Nicolas Valdez was the adjunct faculty / guest. He was invited sort of last minute as our planned guest hadn’t been heard from. I turned out to be great. Nicolas said poems sang and played music and talked about IN LAK’ESH. It was a great discussion. 1st round robin asked how has culture affected you. […]
University Sin Fronteras and Project South Invite YOU To the last class #7 of the Liberation Spring Semester Atlanta Campus 9 Gammon Ave SE ATL 30315 May 7, 2014 6-8 PM (but come early) food will be served before class What are we doing? We are doing 30 minutes of [...]
We were blessed on Wednesday to have a class led by Adjunt Faculty Dr. Leslie Etienne. The class regular attendants were joined by students visiting Atlanta from Pratt Insitute in New York and a lively conversation followed on how to decolonize education. Grounded in the reality of the Freedom Schools during the classical civil rights […]
Adjunct Faculty was Chavel lopez. This was our biggest turn out. Everyone who came from classes before all came this day. There was a great amount of participation. We did 2 round robins and the time almost ran out. Then we broke into groups and educated each other on local unions of the past. Everyone […]
Led by Adjunct Faculty Ruben Solis, the course discussed the the role of the organizer/political activists and how the recent history led to the rise and many of the characteristics of neoliberal globalization.
Class on April 16 was led by Adjunct Faculty Saladin Muhammad. Together we worked on developing a general strategy for a Southern Freedom Movement. As on eof the largest concentrations of people who are part of the African diaspora, the group analyzed decolonization in the south and migration. The group also discussed labor in the […]
Adjunct faculty on this day was David Cruz long time volunteer and community member of Southwest Workers Union. Discussing the concept of the Labor and the difference between the worker and the business owner and the product owner. Understanding colonialism in the workplace.
Class this week was led by adjunct faculty Cara Page. Cara led a lively discussion that began with discussions on what healing and health meant in participant lives, touched on such topics as the origins of public health and its historical roots in eugenics and population control, and the finished with how to decolonize both […]
Adjunct Faculty was Julio Cesar Guerrero. Julio is currently a retired teacher and has a long history of doing radio. This class discussed capitalism as a tool for colonizing; understanding colonialist trade and trade policies (nafta, ftaa, imf, wto); alternative economy; cooperative lending. We basically went around 3 times with a round robin asking people what […]