One of the letters that I gave you, you might have all not gotten
to it, but toward the end talks about going to a White Sox game
and being able to sit wherever you want. But again, if you were
sitting at a White Sox game amidst of all of these white people,
some of whom are from neighborhoods that, you don't want to mess
with, what are the rules? There probably are rules; how you
behave, whatever and that takes a while but yet, this guy still
writes back about what an exhilarating feeling it is that he
go and he can sit wherever he wants.
[Female voice] Some of the things people take for granted, _____
that he never had before.
Yeah, and the change comes as you begin to read in the twenties,
thirties and forties--the change comes as increasing numbers of
people now take this for granted and say this isn't really a whole
lot, we want more.
Well it's about past six o'clock and I think it's been a real
One thing that Ken mentioned earlier is that the Newberry "Teachers
as Scholars" program. I
think Kenwood is a participant, but I think we've had teachers
Kenwood, I unfortunately didn't bring any information about it
but you can go to the Newberry's web site which I think is
or I think Ms. Taylor probably has information and was a participant
and these are two-day seminars that actually look kind of like
this where people read about fifty to one hundred pages and then
there's two days of conversation about the reading. Love to
you participate. And CPS pays for your substitute.
[Female voice] Also, anybody have my book that I was passing