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Re: The passing of Linda Mc Cartney

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Kirby McDowell (kirby140)
Tue, 21 Apr 1998 17:08:00 -0400


I thought this was America..and ya know we go that freedom
of speech thing or something..right?

On Mon, 20 Apr 1998 22:27:52 -0500 (EST) lr23961
writes:
>I believe the name of this listserve is artsEDnet, and even though I'm
>a
>mere student, I also happen to believe that a role of a teacher goes
>beyond teaching art (or math, or english, etc.). A good teacher cares
>about others, and is concerned about the issues outside the classroom
>that
>effect students. Sensitivity to the feelings of others should come
>with
>the job. The death of Linda McCartney, an artist, has effected
>many people. Art is about life; one should not snatch art from its
>context by removing all traces of the outside world. Linda McCartney's
>death has more to do with art than one might think.
>My condolences to the McCartneys.
> Laura
>P.S.Your parody of John Lennon's song is distasteful.
>
>On Mon, 20 Apr 1998, Kirby McDowell wrote:
>
>> what has this got to do with art education...
>> all we are saying is give art a chance....
>> all we are saying is keep off the net...
>> believe me I am sympathetic to anyone's death, but come on people!
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