Education Not War


Teaching A People's History

cultures of resistance IN ACTION is honored to contribute to Howard Zinn's legacy by joining forces with The Zinn Education Project, which works to educate youth about the history of grassroots struggle in the U.S., and to harness the potential of Professor Zinn's works to transform the teaching of American history. Click here to learn how you can help to teach history from below.

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Supporting Young Women's Education in Mozambique

The Lee & Gund Foundation is excited to engage in an innovative and long-term educational partnership with the prestigious, Maputo-based Lurdes Mutola Foundation. A three-year grant has been dedicated to the new Mais Escola para Mim ("More School for Me") program, the objective of which is to increase the number of girls and young women who graduate from secondary schools in Mozambique, particularly in rural parts of the country.

CoR IN ACTION Proudly Supports the Medellín International Poetry Festival

cultures of resistance IN ACTION is proud to support this unique festival, which brings the work of poets committed to promoting peace and social justice to the wider public. Since 1991, the Medellin International Poetry Festival has established itself as one of the largest of its kind in the world, bringing the voices of 863 poets from nearly 150 nations to Colombia.

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Supporting Higher Education Opportunities in the U.S. for Iraqi Students

The invasion and occupation of Iraq and continued violence within the country have made it all but impossible for Iraqi students to pursue higher education within their own country. Meanwhile, Iraqi refugees in Syria and Jordan often have limited access to higher learning. To help address these issues until Iraq’s tradition of higher education can again flourish, cultures of resistance IN ACTION is proud to support the Iraqi Student Project.

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