What do you think the main point of Jane Elliott’s message is?

Instructions:

  1. Read Chapter 9 in textbook.   Myers, D.G., & Twenge, J.M. (2012). Social Psychology (11th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education
  2. Watch the following clips below.   https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/class-divided/
    1. Segment 1: The Daring Lesson (10:27)
    2. Segment 2: Day Two (9:51)
  3. Watch Jane Elliott – Angry Eyes (14:01)
  4. Reflect on the following questions:
    1. What do you think the main point of Jane Elliott’s message is? What is she wanting the students and adults to take away from their experience?
    2. Reflect on your experience of discrimination/prejudice in your own life.
    3. Reflect on your experience of privilege in your own life.
    4. How can you stand up for those experiencing prejudice?
  5. Cite 2-3 sources. Your textbook can be used as one of the sources, as well as the journal article, APA formatted.
    • Make initial post
    • 250-300 words
 

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