Tag Archive: NAN

18
Sep

Vietnam Saved My Life

For the past five years since my retirement, I’ve volunteered several days a week at the local VA Medical Center. During which time, I have met a lot of impressive individuals. They are Veterans, who have given so much to […]

15
Mar

Yupiks, Black kids, and Old French Nuns: A Pedagogy of the Accountable

Sometimes the greatest lessons in life emanate from the most unlikely of people and places. In the mid1970s, I found myself working at a Yupik Eskimo boarding school located in western Alaska.  St. Mary’s Mission School had been a fixture […]