The Cryptographic and Metaphysic Nature of Liberatory Pedagogy.

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  • Author(s): Harris, Latashia
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    Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies. Dec2020, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p542-548. 7p.
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      The initial purpose of this research sought to explore the following: What does it mean and what does it look, function, and feel like for an educational activist of color to fight for the liberation of others, but to also fight for the liberation of themselves? I also questioned and explored how one shares the spirit, metaphysics, and operationalization of liberatory pedagogy without jeopardizing its proliferation in spaces of plausible and probable oppression. In this article, found poetry was developed from participants' responses and surfaced as a cryptographic method that coded the kinetics of liberatory pedagogy across disciplines. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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