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    1. What did you think of the experience and point of the video? On the Main Point: The main purpose of the exercise Jane Elliot conducted in the Blue Eye/Brown Eye video was to demonstrate the impacts and nature of racial discrimination. I believe that this is a very important concept to learn for individuals that have never experienced or do not believe such blatant acts of prejudice exist. At the same time, I do not believe that this point alone has any form of long lasting value, emotionally or logically. The reason being, after the experience ended, ways to implement the recently learned concepts were not provided. Granted, some dialogue on how people wanted to be treated and potentially better ways to interact were covered, but how does this progress to the next stage of solving the issue? This lack of follow up on how to execute upon the learned concepts made me think that only half the matter of discrimination was addressed. My Experience:…

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    In the novel I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, by Maya Angelou goes from a little southern black girl who wishes to be a “a long and blonde haired, light-blue eyed, white girl”, to a very mature young adult that is proud of her race.…

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    On November 4th, I attended a program called “Brown Eyes, Blue Eyes”. “Brown Eyes, Blue Eyes” was a program about group discrimination hosted by the Dean of students, Dean McDonald. The program also highlighted Jane Elliot’s “Brown Eye, Blue Eye” exercise. Group discrimination is an issue that has plagued much of America. Discrimination is the unfair treating a person or group different from other people or groups. The program targeted the discrimination of African Americans by Caucasians during…

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    When I first seen the title of the film The Essential Blue Eye I did not think very much of the title. After sitting through the five minutes of the film, I became very interested. The narrator of the film wanted to prove to the world and the people in the study that everyone is the same regardless of their race. I loved the way she made people who were not of color feel belittled. The main focus in the film was why does society looks down on people who are of color and LGBT community. The…

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    In the first video " Blue/Brown eyes" is about Prejudice, Discrimination, and Racism. When the teacher asked to the students is there any one in US who didn't treat like our brothers?. The students say the black people ,because they are "dump" stupid" . They are Prejudicing, they don't have any evidence or they didn't see black people do stupid things this is their belief they imagination. on the second part students were separated some blue eye and some are brown eye, those students before they…

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    No one is a hundred percent sure of what they are doing at all times. People misunderstand things all the time. This can either something insignificant, or it can lead into massive misunderstandings. In the short story, “Eyes of a Blue Dog,” Gabriel Garcia Marquez tells a story about a man and a woman having some sort of relationship. The status of the relationship is unclear, and it may even be unreal. I woman is searching for a man who constantly tells her that she has eyes of a blue dog. She…

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    Scott smashed pipe after pipe and finally the machine stopped and the blue torches went out. Scott could make out with his third eye the heat signatures of SWAT pouring in on all sides. They took him along with all the other Khalaraks to be experimented on but as soon as Scott awoke and realized his Khalarak half had left his body. He explained his story to the surgeon and Sargent they let him leave. He was missing his tattooed arm and the purple stains remained but at least he was alive. Scott…

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    that consume us at times. In the short story “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allen Poe a man’s guilty conscience plummets his mind into madness, murder, and eventual confession. A psychopath becomes mentally unstable, as he begins to obsess over his master’s pale blue eye. Furthermore, the psychopath comes to believe that the eye is…

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    Cars- wealth-unique, expensive, causes accidents, symbol of status Owl Eyes - The eccentric, bespectacled drunk whom Nick meets at the first party he attends at Gatsby’s mansion. Nick finds Owl Eyes looking through Gatsby’s library, astonished that the books are real. He sees the truth The color blue is present around Gatsby more than any other character. His gardens are blue, his chauffeur wears blue, the water separating him from Daisy is his "blue lawn" (9.150), mingled with the "blue smoke…

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    The contrasting colors of the vehicles reveal fascinating connections to World War II. Each of the vehicles are blue, indicating that they relate to the people on the bottom of the poster. This might describe that the people on the bottom have control over these methods of transportation. The position of each character at the bottom relative to the car, makes it seem that they just arrived at that location and are heading toward another place. The body language isn’t hostile, indicating that the…

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