Critical pedagogy "After the Storm"

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The Havoc of Capitalism: Publics, Pedagogies and Environmental Crisis, 2010, 1, pp. 1 - 12
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Landfall is not just a physical question. Geography is always socially produced. And so every landscape can reveal sedimented and contentious histori~s of occupation; struggles over land use and clashes over meaning, rights qf occupancy, and rights to resources, Katrina churned through historical geqgraphies of extraordinary multiculturalism but extreme racial segregation, qf amazing environmental wealth exploited rapaciously, of mythic significanc!e in the American and even global imaginary whose celebrations masked th:e enduring legacies of poverty and discrimination that they fed off and oppose~.(Katz, 2008, p. 16).
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