Just a sampling of the press we’ve gotten over the years…
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Angry Eye hailed as “Fascinating” and “Important” in fighting discrimination
Jane Elliott had to do something to make her students understand what racism was.
The Angry Eye is a fantastic diversity training program, and it deserves recognition as this year’s best.
Peter Jennings moderates “Prejudice: Answering Children’s Questions” on an ABC Special with Jane Elliott.
The Angry Eye – the multi-award winning documentary showcasing Jane Elliott and her blue-eyed/brown-eyed exercise in discrimination will be featured on the ABC News program 20/20 Friday September 15, 2006 at 10PM (EDT). It is fitting that in a 20/20 edition devoted to the issue of stereotypes, The Angry Eye would be showcased as it is recognized as a groundbreaking documentary in the field of diversity. In The Angry Eye the tables are turned on white college students as they experience what’s it like to be treated as a minority in America. The results are revealing and compelling.
Los Angeles Times article: (click to open)
Thanking Her for Opening My Eyes.
Smithsonian magazine article by Steve Bloom: click to read.
Lesson of A Lifetime.
The Globe and the Mail: June 2013 article: click to read.
It’s Gone Viral!
The Root (published by Slate): 40 year perspective. click to read.