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"Freedom Schooling" looks at a Freedom School class taught by Black Power
activist Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture). Specifically, this article explores
the philosophies of language and education that informed this class and the
organic relationship fostered between the classroom and the political goals of
African American communities during the civil rights era.
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