Lessons in Educational Emancipation from the Radical Teaching Life of Hal Adams
Edited By Bill Ayers, Caroline Heller and Janise Hurtig
Chapter Two: Ordinary thoughts, whispers of revolutionary thinking (Elsa Auerbach with Jorge Garcia, Brenda Gonzales, Rebecca Kilgallon, Tamzin Partridge, and Ann Rettman)
c h a p t e r t w o Hal was a man of contradictions. I use the word man advisedly because, as I’m sure he would readily agree, he struggled mightily with his own positioning as a privileged white heterosexual male educator working largely with poo...
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