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I just spent the last four nights watching my granddaughter’s performance in Seussical the Musical at her school. The mixed-race cast had a ball singing and dancing about themes of love, acceptance, equality, conservation, justice, inclusion, fear of differences, war, etc. If that’s not a restorative message based upon multiple Dr. Seuss works, I don’t know what is. It was magical! I love this —We cannot learn from the past if it isn’t discussed. I do admit that I am completely baffled at how I didn’t realize the history of Dr. Seuss— maybe because I teach high school?
Oh good grief! For those who slept through history class- you never , ever judge previous generations by your generations standards. Thank goodness we have learned from past generations and evolved. Thank you for this post and for sharing the Mamademics article. One of my favorite’s is the Butter Battle Book which teaches us that building walls and weaponizing over philosophical or actual preferences (whether to eat your bread butter side up or butter side down) inhibits our abilities to see how much we are really alike…and how deeply divided we can be until we just sit and talk and learn to appreciate each other.