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In 2002 the Community Outreach & Engagement Core (COEC) program of the Sealy Center for Environmental Health & Medicine and the NIEHS-funded Center in Environmental Toxicology (CET) at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston TX (UTMB) implemented a unique outreach and education methodology based on the pedagogical principles of Paulo Freire and Augusto Boal’s community-oriented applied theatre system, the Theatre of the Oppressed (TO). This project – dubbed Community Environmental Forum Theatre – grew out of the UTMB COEC’s adoption of a Community Based Participatory (CBPR) approach to environmental public health research, with a complementary emphasis on enhancing Environmental Health Literacy (EHL) within project partner communities. The dialogic engagement embodied in Freire’s “democratizing pedagogy” and its mirror image in Boal’s inclusive and multi-perspectival body of dramatic technique have proven effective in promoting EHL via sustainable engagement with community partners in research.
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