Category Archives: Indigenous knowledge

Manual del Arquitecto Descalzo

Descalzos es como se ha construido en muchas culturas a lo largo de la historia con una sabiduría, sostenibilidad y eficacia, dentro de los recursos de los que disponían, que ya querrían muchos expertos modernos. Y “Manual del arquitecto descalzo. … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Our Freedom to Learn

We have learned, with the Zapatistas, that while changing the world is very difficult, perhaps impossible, it is possible to create a whole new world. So we created our university, Unitierra. Young men and women without any diploma, and better … Continue reading

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Changing School-Community relations through Participatory Research – Strategies from First Nations and Teachers

Read A crucial aspect of the National Indian Brotherhood’s call for First Nations control of First Nations education was its significant recognition of parental responsibility in the educational decision-making process. The relationship between the school and the community has been … Continue reading

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