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Table Of Contents

Introduction
traveling north
Youth
san Francisco and China
Beijing
Beijing Visits
stories
Xian
shanghai
the Wealth Gap
san Francisco Prologue
Without Privilege
downtrodden
separate societies
Beyond destructions
self-organizing
the Harringtons
school Visits
Poverty and schools
school of Change
Lowell High school
Metropolitan High school
Homeless
one Life
school Closure
school Routines
systems of Knowledge
disruption of the Familiar
self education
the Attack
The Attack
Calcutta
darjeeling
new delhi
Bangalore
Kerala and Madras
Return to Calcutta
Wilderness Prologue
the sea and the Hills
the Bridge
Mount Whitney
the descent
Author Biography
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Mountain Road

Mountain Road

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In traversing the earth and living with the wilderness from Africa to the California Sierras, author Hoover Liddell came to realize the great energy of youth as we struggle to educate our planet and ourselves. Mountain Road is his journey of life and travel through the planet’s cities and towns as well as his time in San Francisco and living inside its schools. From a mountain road out of Africa, humankind continues its journey into a timeless universe. Human freedom is not dwelling in the past or the future but in the remarkableness and freshness of the present, where the adventure is.His journey from the Nigerian rainforests and desert across Africa through the Serengeti plains and the mountain road of Kilimanjaro takes him to the mountains of the Sierras. In his expeditions he discovers moments of vibrant energy and days of staying alive that are more profound than all the years of teaching in the schools. He finds the wilderness empowers us to find our own way and deepens our capabilities as we educate ourselves and the earth.Of what meaning is school or life itself if we are not serious and motivated for the adventure to educate the planet?
In traversing the earth and living with the wilderness from Africa to the California Sierras, author Hoover Liddell came to realize the great energy of youth as we struggle to educate our planet and ourselves. Mountain Road is his journey of life and travel through the planet’s cities and towns as well as his time in San Francisco and living inside its schools. From a mountain road out of Africa, humankind continues its journey into a timeless universe. Human freedom is not dwelling in the past or the future but in the remarkableness and freshness of the present, where the adventure is.His journey from the Nigerian rainforests and desert across Africa through the Serengeti plains and the mountain road of Kilimanjaro takes him to the mountains of the Sierras. In his expeditions he discovers moments of vibrant energy and days of staying alive that are more profound than all the years of teaching in the schools. He finds the wilderness empowers us to find our own way and deepens our capabilities as we educate ourselves and the earth.Of what meaning is school or life itself if we are not serious and motivated for the adventure to educate the planet?

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Publish date: Dec 20, 2011
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