The mule train: adult learning and the Poor People’s Campaign 1968

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Hamilton, Robert;
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This article examines the neglected role of adult learning in the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign (PPC) through a case study of a low-income group from Marks in Mississippi, regarded as the poorest town in America. Social movement theory and both Gramsci and Freire provide ... View more
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