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Jane Elliott is an American teacher who developed the blue eyes/brown eyes exercise for her all-white third grade class in Riceville, Iowa in 1968. As per the story, Elliott got the idea of... More
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Program: Blue Eyes Brown Eyes
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Introduction | A Class Divided | FRONTLINE | PBS
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Almost 20 years ago, the day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed, a teacher in a small town in Iowa tried a daring classroom experiment. She decided to treat children with blue eyes as superior to children with brown eyes. Frontline ex...

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A Class Divided: Blue Eye Brown Eye Experiment - Chicago College Life | Examiner.com
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Blue Eye Brown Eye Discussion I am extremely familiar with the A Class Divided film and a huge advocate for Jane Elliott. Elliott made a controversial decision

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Historic Experiments on Race: Jane Elliott’s Brown Eyes vs. Blue Eyes Experiment| The Gender Press
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"[Race] is not about how you look, it is about how people assign meaning to how you look." - Robin D. G. Kelley ~ What you just took was the Literacy Test Louisiana gave voters back in the 196os. So...how did you do? ~ In 1968, du...

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"How Racist Are You?" | part 1 | Jane Elliott's Brown Eye-Blue Eye Experiment
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Teaches about prejudice using a dramatic framework. From Jane Elliot's Peabody Award Winning Documentary. (part1)

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The Angry Eye with Jane Elliott
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Hailed as "a fascinating revisit" to the famous 1968 Blue-Eyes/Brown-Eyes Exercise in discrimination by Jane Elliott, this film documents the effects of racial prejudice with startling force and emotional intensity.

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Brown Eyes, Blue Eyes: Interview With Jane Elliott On Racism
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Discriminating against others on the basis of their eye colour: it's an experiment to illustrate racism that's reverberated around the world ever since it was first used in a small-town American classroom over 40 years ago. The woman behin...

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Jane Elliott - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Riceville, Iowa)Jane Elliott (born 1933, Riceville, Iowa)

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“A Class Divided”: Powerful experiment on how Racism can be learned, and in 15 minutes
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Some of you may know about this already, since this Frontline documentary was first aired in 1985. I have onl...

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A Class Divided | FRONTLINE | PBS
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Almost 20 years ago, the day after Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed, a teacher in a small town in Iowa tried...

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I agree, but I think Jane Elliot would have the courage today as well, her time was not easier than today believe me. I think this experiment is outstanding... Racism is something can be "made" in hours, "strengthened" in days. And... More

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I can not see Jane Elliot would have the courage to do such an experiment today. Everything is so artificially and politically correct nowadays that we rather pretend things don't happen. I remember showing up in the office in... More

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