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Re: feminist research in Art Ed


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 23 2002 - 17:24:36 PST

        I the light of current happenings, our students need the arts more
than ever. They need to be able to express themselves and to understand
that humanity still exists in our world. Retrenching into a singular myopic
view of the world will not get us through this. Please stress that our hope
for the future rests with our children and they need the arts if we are to
be lead into a brighter future by them.
                                                My thoughts, Woody in KC wrote:
> in light of everything that has happened in the past
> months with the bombings and budget cuts, that we need to be strong
> and stand united in the field of Art Education. We can't afford to
> use our energy to create/fouce on subdivisions within the field. My
> program comes up this Tuesday night at the school board meeting on the
> 2nd list of cuts.
> Any views on the subject will be welcomed....
> Thanks,
> Robin in VA...

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