Jane Elliott Lesson on Racism Students Name Institutional affiliation Date Discussion question Jane Elliott Lesson on Racism On April 1968 a vocal black American activist Martin Luther King Jr. was shot dead. During this time racism had reached a climax in the country and so did the civil rights activism. On that fateful Friday Jane Elliott an elementary teacher at Iowa community elementary school was getting her third-grade class to a lesson when the unfortunate news happened. Seeing the panic on the children faces she decided to teach them on the famous ‘Eye Color America have different adjusting rates due to various factors. The age bracket is regarded as the appropriate time to cement a sound basis to a child. When third-grade children learn the need to appreciate other races it is possible to achieve a generation of people who are non-racists in the next three decades. Reference A Class Divided 1: The Daring Lesson Retrieved August 29 2017 from www.pbslearningmedia.org Devaga C. (2017). TVN stuff. Retrieved August 29 2017 from trueviralnews.com Shepard M. A. (2016). Could a Trump Presidency Bring Back the Termination Era?. Anthropology News 57(11). [...]
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