CPEPRCenter for Popular Education and Participatory Research
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However, due in large part to supporters from within the university and a substantial grant from the Irvine Foundation, CPEPR not only became an official "research center," but also started to operationalize some of its objectives.
For us, CPEPR offered a stimulating and supportive intellectual community that lead to the creation and implementation of some of the PAR projects highlighted in this issue of Social Justice.
John Hurst, who inspired us to think about issues of power and representation in the research process and allowed us the space to create the vision for CPEPR.