THE ANATOMY OF PREJUDICE
A three-hour presentation during which Ms. Jane Elliott, the adaptor of the Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes exercise in teaching
about the anatomy of prejudice and the subject of the Peabody Award-winning film, "The Eye of the Storm," introduces
and discusses that film and explores with the audience the problems of racism, sexism, ageism, homophobia, and
ethnocentrism and the responsibility shared by all of us for illuminating them in and eliminating them from ourselves
and our environment.
Those attending the presentation will be encouraged to discuss the issues raised as they relate to their own workplace. They will also be encouraged to discuss the materials presented on the handouts which are designed to help them to identify their own racist statements, behaviors, and attitudes. Participants will receive a list of suggested activities which, if implemented, can help them to decrease the amount of racism in their environment and a list of books which, if read, can provide added insights to the problems of the -isms with which we are all confronted.
POWER, PERCEPTION, AND PREJUDICE
A one-hour presentation during which Ms. Elliott uses audience members and visual aids to help us to recognize, identify, and appreciate the differences on which power is assigned, and some of the ways in which we are conditioned to develop some of our perceptions.
Ms. Elliott has successfully delivered these presentations to a wide variety of audiences thoughout the world and is available to present these moving lectures before your group or organization. For additional information, rates, and schedule availability please visit the Contact Jane page.