Mark abendroths rebel literacy cubas national literacy campaign and critical global citizenship with a foreword by peter mclaren does not seek a solution to cubas current economic woes beyond ending the us blockade but he does have great praise for a major challenge the island nation faced after the revolution. Critical global citizens study the history of power and domination while seeking a vision for a greater humanity and the history of cuba through a lens of critical global citizenship with a focus on the national literacy campaign of 1961 provides an important example of a struggle filled with hope. Rebel literacy cubas national literacy campaign and critical global citizenship dolita cathcart bio on my last trip to cuba to attend a conference and visit family members in 2003 my conversations with academics former freedom fighters and young entrepreneurs were markedly different from each other. Literacy and citizenship for resistance in a colonized land literacy and citizenship for a new cuba 1959 1960 critical global citizenship in the year of education the campaign from testimonies of participants the legacy of the campaign. Rebel literacy is a look at cubas national literacy campaign of 1961 in historical and global contexts the cuban revolution cannot be understood without a careful study of cubas prior struggles for national sovereignty
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