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RADIO FREE SCHOOL
Part 1 of 3
Regular Show
John Taylor Gatto
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Dec. 15, 2004, 8:50 a.m.
Weekly radio by for and about un-schoolers
interview: (Part One) John Taylor Gatto, author Dumbing Us Down, and The Underground History of American Education. www.johntaylorgatto.com

music: "This Aint No Picnic" The Minutemen, Double Nickels On the Dime
"Treat Everybody Right" Big Bill Broonzy, Absolutely The Best

tech: Beatrice Ekoko, Randy Kay

RADIO FREE SCHOOL an all volunteer show by, for and about Un-schoolers/Home Learners. Check out our web site at www.hwcn.org/~ap951/

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---------------------------------------Tuhbenahneequay spent much time instructing her children on how they must behave. She never struck them, patiently teaching them, that they must exercise self-control and never become upset or lose their tempers. When frightened they must keep still, for the enemy could learn their location from just one cry. Like all Ojibwa parents, Tuhbenahneequay gave her children great freedom to romp, to investigate things, to ask for whatever they wanted. Punishment hardly ever occurred. Hardihood, self-reliance, and an absence of fear were cultivated.
Circa Early 19C - from Sacred Feathers, The Reverend Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby) and the Mississauga Indians, by Donald B. Smith

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