In this article we analyze the development of significant social practices in the formation of Popular Culture Centers (CECUPO) in Córdoba, Argentina. These centers formed the territorial deployment base of the Adult Education Reactivation Campaign for Reconstruction (CREAR) developed by left-wing Peronism in 1973. The educational singularity of CREAR was expressed in the community insertion of the educational project. Particularly, in the construction of educational spaces from the social organizations existing in the territories. It is for this reason that in these centers, practices of social militancy converged fed by different organizations. Through the official documents of the campaign and the voices of the participants in that experience, we reconstructed the organization and the dynamics of operation that were configured in the province of Cordoba, Argentina.
Popular culture, literacy, social practices, popular education