Compilation of Decolonial Pedagogies II, Insurgent practices of resisting. (re) exist and (re) live, it is presented as a necessary and urgent book in its new volume. In it, Catherine Walsh gives continuity to her proposal to think about the relationship between pedagogy and coloniality and, as we already are used to it, she recreates a broad, fair and committed view that allows to agglutinate different approaches from diverse actors, allowing a mixed treatment in which voices of academic activists are combined with voices of activists committed to the production of thoughts. Contrary to what is commonly understood as the pedagogical field, Walsh propose a reading from the cry, from the crack, from the urgency of this time making evident the exercise of thinking and build pedagogy. The proposal of a living pedagogy of, by, for and from the resistance becomes evident in the selection of texts and authors. A book where experience and the collective voice predominates, where the scriptural exercise arises from the reflection of doing, intervening in the conventional way of building knowledge.