Methods or practices of teaching that recognize the inherently political nature of education and aim not, as Paulo Freire puts it in his description of the banking model of education, to produce receptacles of knowledge to be filled by the teacher, but rather to produce fully self-actualized people . . .
A term which describes both individual officers and a system, or institution in society that exists only at the split between those who have and those who do not. Historically and currently, the police system has served mostly as a tool for the powerful in racial and class conflict . . .
Privilege (sometimes referred to as unearned privilege) refers to the advantages a person has based on their social status in society conferred by their race, class, sexual orientation, gender, age, and/or ability . . .