Intersectional Unschooling is a zine that seeks to find an educational model that aligns with non-oppressive, non-coersive values. During this exploration, the book dives into what it means to live without school but also how families relate to one another, how unschooling intersects with social justice issues, and how we can raise out children with respect and mutuality.
Intersectional Unschooling tackles topics like consent, autonomy, independence, and of course, education. It seeks to dismantle power-over dynamics so we can live more joyful lives and raise the next generation modelling what it looks like to live in anti-oppressive, consent based relationships.
16 pages+cover, black and white or colour.
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