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What did the children's body language indicate about the impact of discrimination in A Class Divided?

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In A Class Divided: Then and Now by William Peters , a pioneer chronicler of the Civil Rights Movement, the author meets with eleven former students (now adults) and Jane Elliott, their third-grade teacher, to watch the documentary in which they had been filmed in a class exercise on prejudice. The group watches the film and comments on how the "blue-eye-brown-eye" exercise affected them as children and...

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