Every Learner Everywhere

Love as Praxis: Initiative in Diversity, Equity, Antiracism, and Leadership (IDEAL) Fellows Program

Paulo Freire defines praxis as a recursive, emancipatory three-fold cord. Theory + Action + Reflection = Praxis. The Washington State Guided Pathways IDEAL Fellowship is designed to realize (radical) love as praxis by empowering, encouraging, and equipping students to advance equity in Washington community colleges. Please join us and IDEAL’s programs’ co-developer and lead teacher, Dr. Jeremiah J. Sims discusses how this program created and curated safe spaces for community college students to radically reimagine the institutionalized policies, practices, procedures, and pedagogies on their respective campuses!

Recommended citation:

Sims, J. (2022, January 13) Love as Praxis: Initiative in Diversity, Equity, Antiracism, and Leadership (IDEAL) Fellows Program [Webinar] Every Learner Everywhere

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