A Brazilian Interview

In the aftermath of my recent visit to Brazil I have been fielding a few online interviews. Following are my thoughts in reply to a reporter’s questions today. What do you think?   1 – What do you think about the idea of having a more open national curriculum for that age (15-17) so thatContinue reading “A Brazilian Interview”

Reflecting on Rebellion

When I was young, I saw the rebellion of youth on TV and students in my various college classes and national service programs as being a privilege of the wealthy. At that point, I literally thought I couldn’t afford to rebel. Everyone wore the right t-shirts, joined in on doing the right activities and generallyContinue reading “Reflecting on Rebellion”

Interviews about Freechild and Social Justice

Today, I answered a pair of interviews from students studying Freechild. The first came from Sopheak Va at Arizona State University, and follows here. 1. What exactly do you do at  The Freechild Project? Freechild provides training, tools and technical assistance to young people and adults working together to change the world. Our trainings are for K-12 schoolsContinue reading “Interviews about Freechild and Social Justice”