Performer s : Instructor, Jane Elliott. People are stressed to the point where they begin to experience the racism that many experience on a daily basis. Smith The Angry Eye, video, 2000, 235 min. Other students in the room reacted. The guide outlines several exercises that allow participants to take a closer look at their own perceptions of others and how these perceptions influence performance. And have you traveled very far, far as the eye can see? If you choose, please allow her to ask you. At the same time, the documentary weaves in interviews from people who have been a part of Elliott's trainings in the past.
In this case, they're excellent. How might this be true? And the number two freedom is to deny that we are ignorant. Elliott talks about poor treatment of persons who are different. Racism, she says, is not nice. Through the eyes of elementary school children, the video depicts serious issues around prejudice and discrimination that adults face today…. ~The Beatles Baby, you might not be a rich man or woman in the conventional sense, but if you are Caucasian, you have an untold wealth, the wealth of freedom. The white participants can leave the exercise and go back to a safe environment; people of color do not have that choice.
In this video, as soon as the participants approach the registration table, the lessons begin. Golenbock, William Talmadge ; director of photography, Denis O'Keefe. Jane relates this to the harsh treatment that the people of colour experience on a daily basis. Where can I get a copy of A Class Divided? Elliott tells them that blue-eyed participants are not smart or clean, and they should lower their expectations. She has designed, developed, and facilitated training in sexual harassment prevention and awareness, diversity-inclusion, management and leadership development, and facilitation skills. If so why, or why not? We reserve the right to not post comments that are more than 400 words.
No one thought that racism would raise its head over and over again, although there were clues. Ask yourself are these persons color-mute. For more about Jane Elliott today, read. You can watch the program here on this web site and you can also purchase a videotape through. Taking pigmentation — in this case, eye color — as an arbitrary dividing line, Jane Elliott builds a microcosm of contemporary American society, compelling her more privileged blue-eyed participants to live in another world for the longest two and a half hours of their lives.
Review copy provided by Trainer's Toolchest 877-288-6657,. This documentary by Jane Elliott really gave me a short but detailed insight of what black people had to endure over the years in America. She does not apologize for her tactics. Jane analogizes this to the harsh treatment that people of color experience on a daily basis. But watching something is still making decisions, and what the viewer decides to pay attention to ultimately drives the action.
Her participants generally begin learning about diversity from the moment they walk into the training centre. The beautiful people may think that they know who they are, but rarely do they allow themselves to see or be as they believe is best. Armen Perian is a filmmaker, not a tech guy. Jane Elliott consistently creates microcosms of society in her classrooms. Two bue-eyed participants cry in class from the stress of the experiment. Discrimination still happens to the black people to this day and I look up to Jane Elliott for having the determination to change the world and free all people from discrimination of any nature especially racism.
When the blue-eyed people come into the main room, Elliot instructs them to sit in the middle of the room and some even on the floor. . The lesson has already begun. The program was called Eye of the Storm. Perhaps it was a or it could be if we acknowledge that one of the beautiful people found themselves on the receiving end of racism.
But unfortunately, many in her Iowa hometown were not happy with what she had done. Before the groups are joined together, Elliott instructs the brown-eyes to treat the blue-eyes as inferior. Two blue-eyed participants cry in class from the stress in this experiment. Likely, while at times you may feel oppressed and as if others wish to silence you, ultimately, you silence yourself — at least when in the presence of those whose color you may want to tell yourself you do not see. Provocative, real, full of emotion -- those words describe The Angry Eye, a documentary of Jane Elliott's famous diversity exercise. With startling force and emotional intensity, Elliott demonstrates the effects of racial prejudice, compelling her more privileged participants to live in another world for the longest two and a half hours of their lives.