Vol. 18 No. 27 (2016): Argelia Mercedes Laya López
This issue of the Journal of the History of Latin American Education is dedicated to the study and vindication of educational proposals based on the complex epistemological and political world that has come to be known as ethno-education. These are educational proposals that are linked to social movements that are flag-wavers of the right to their own culture, decolonization, civil rights and the fight against racism.