Creating Highlander Wherever You Are

  title={Creating Highlander Wherever You Are},
  author={Susan S. Williams and Cathy Mullett},
  journal={Adult Learning},
  pages={104 - 98}
Highlander Research and Education Center serves as a catalyst for grassroots organizing and movement building. This article focuses on an interview with education coordinator Susan Williams who has worked at Highlander for 26 years. We discuss how others can and do create powerful popular education experiences anywhere, whether they have a dedicated space or not. In this article, we address four concerns to create a Highlander-like setting. Key deliberations include the process before, during… 

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