No Walls

No-Walls

I used to teach first grade before I even con­sid­ered the pos­si­bil­i­ty that I might be an artist. One day I ten­ta­tive­ly drew a stick fig­ure (impov­er­ished school, lousy resources)  and received unan­i­mous acco­lades from a room­ful of lit­tle bit­ty peo­ple. I was delight­ed. So I think of them and still do art from time to time that I think they might be able to “read,” despite the seri­ous top­ics I deal with. Chil­dren can under­stand injus­tice, when it is hap­pen­ing to them or when it hap­pens to oth­er people.

GAZA

gaza

Shame on Israel, their #1 sup­port­er, USA, 100 sen­a­tors and all those who turn their backs or hedge about the ter­ri­ble destruc­tion they are lev­el­ing on the Pales­tin­ian peo­ple. There is no valid excuse.