Pedagogy of Hope: Reliving Pedagogy of the Oppressed — Paulo Freire
“No, my hope is necessary. But it is not enough. Alone it does not win but without it my struggle will be weak and wobbly. We need critical hope like a fish needs unpolluted water.”
The Sovereignty of Quiet: Beyond Resistance in Black Culture — Kevin Quashie
“Resistance may be deeply resonant with black culture and history, but it is not sufficient for describing the totality of black humanity.
In humanity, quiet is our dignity. This quiet is represented by our interior…In its magnificence, quiet is an invitation to consider black cultural identity from somewhere other than the conceptual places that we have come to accept as definitive of and singular to black culture—not the “hip personality” exposed to and performed for the world, but the interior aliveness, the reservoir of human complexity that is deep inside…
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