Lurking online for radical/political education readings and resources, I bumped into two friendly sites:
1) chidpedagogyfreebin: An online PDF resource for the University of Washington’s Comparative History of Ideas program. Has links to great books about Public Pedagogy, Radical University movements, and other texts that I’m now looking forward to reading.
2) The Catalyst Centre: “The Catalyst Centre was founded in 1998 by chris cavanagh, Matthew Adams, Clare Nobbs and Darashani Joachim. Each brought to Catalyst experience (and expertise) from various struggles for social justice including popular education, adult literacy, the peace movement, indigenous sovereignty solidarity, anti-racism and more. Two institutions were created, a charity whose purpose is to promote innovative educational practices and theory including popular education, environmental education and more and a worker co-op.”