I am a son

I am a son of an orphaned son of immigrants and immigrants’ daughter.

I am a son of the low income class.

I am a son of high school graduates with no college degrees who raised children who all earned college degrees.

I am the son of truly wise and creative parents and grandparents.

I am the son of parents who loved children and loved family.

I am the son of all people.

I am the son of the earth and universe.

I am the son of the sun, stardust, carbon, recycled material and H2O.

I am a teaching son, taught by many sons and daughters.

I am a learning son.

I am a teaching son.

Teaching sons and daughters, who do you teach?

What sons and daughters do you teach?

Learning sons and daughters, who teach you? Which sons and daughters are your teachers? Your parents?

Along with all the nouns and content we aim to teach, and now in the 21st century, the verbs, skills, practices, processes we teach, what identities do we teach? who do we teach? What connections do we teach? What pursuit of connections do we teach?

I am a son of an orphaned son of immigrants and immigrants’ daughter.

I am the son of all people.

I am the son of the earth and universe.

vern and jackiejoan durante

 

 

 

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