Coyuntura & Popular Education


Our group has organized ourselves around the process of Coyuntura:

“Inspired by the intersections of critical pedagogy and liberation theology in Latin America during the 70s and 80s, coyuntura links research, analysis, reflection, action, and community empowerment by encouraging participants to name, define, and narrate their struggles as well as act on the problems that impact them in the current conjuncture . . .

Some of our group also are moved by Theatre of the Oppressed. Check it out!

Both of these techniques are inspired by Popular Education and the work of Paulo Freire.