Though this reading was long and at times a struggle to get through. I ultimately found it to be very insightful. This passage explores the relationship between students, teachers, and how they factor into the rest of society. It also explores this relationship between the oppressed and the oppressors. According to the reading, “an act is oppressive only when it prevents people being from more fully human”. Though Freire writes a lot about humanization versus dehumanization I still finished the reading with the question, What does it mean to be fully human? If people are oppressed when they are kept from being fully human, a certain people for more or less human than others? How can this be? What step should society take to liberate the oppressed/ not be oppressors?