Participatory Action Research in Action: An Interview with Marcos Guevara Berger

Blog by Lonnie Rowell, Rio Rancho, New Mexico Participatory action research (PAR) has long been at the leading edge of knowledge democratization efforts. Tracing its origins to “relationships forged between social movements and politically progressive intellectuals in the Third World and the margins of the developed world in the 1960s and 1970s” (Rappaport, 2020, xvii), … Continue reading Participatory Action Research in Action: An Interview with Marcos Guevara Berger

Glimpses of Social Solidarity in the Pandemic

Lonnie Rowell, Rio Rancho, New Mexico The beauty of photovoice[i] is that it democratizes the documenting of reality and the sharing of experiences within varying physical, cultural, and temporal contexts. Photovoice projects are organized in neighborhoods and communities to create awareness, initiate dialog about issues and concerns, and to bring real lives and local experiences … Continue reading Glimpses of Social Solidarity in the Pandemic