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296. Stephen Bloom on Jane Elliott’s Famous Experiment on Race and Brutality and What It Reveals About Today’s Racial Divide

The Michael Shermer Show

This conversation explores the never-before-told true story of Jane Elliott and the “Blue-Eyes, Brown-Eyes Experiment” she made world-famous, using eye color to simulate racism. Shermer and Bloom discuss: Jane Elliott and how she came to conduct her famous experiment • reactions to it (in the classroom, locally, nationally, internationally) • whether the “experiment” was really more of a demonstration • public interest, from Johnny Carson to Oprah Winfrey • the questionable ethics of the experiment • what it reveals about tribalism, racism, obedience to authority, role playing, social proof • whether the experiment reveals hidden racist attitudes or creates them in children • Does it indicate bad apples or bad barrels? • race sensitivity training programs, then and now (and why they don’t really work) • what drives moral progress • the future of journalism. Stephen Bloom is a professor of journalism at the University of Iowa. He is the author of Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes: A Cautionary Tale of Race and Brutality (University of California Press, 2021); The Audacity of Inez Burns: Dreams, Desire, Treachery & Ruin in the City of Gold (Regan Arts, 2018); Tears of Mermaids: The Secret Story of Pearls (St. Martin’s Press, 2011); The Oxford Project [with photographer Peter Feldstein] (Welcome Books, 2010); Inside the Writer’s Mind (Wiley, 2002); and Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America (Harcourt, 2000). He has worked for the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, San Jose Mercury News, Sacramento Bee, Latin America Daily Post, and Field News Service. He especially likes writing about every man/woman: the barista, bartender, baker, butcher, barber — or murderer-turned-prison employee.

2hr 3mins

6 Sep 2022

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Jane Elliott’s stage 4 cancer battle is inspiring (grab the tissues)

Healthy-ish

An inspiring episode that may trigger tears. Brisbane-based designer Jane Elliott might be living with stage 4 cancer, but that hasn’t stopped her entrepreneurial spirit. She discusses launching her business Brighter Day.  WANT MORE FROM JANE? To hear today's full interview, where Jane shares her tips on helping a friend who’s battling cancer...search for Extra Healthy-ish wherever you get your pods. Find out more about Jane’s business, here.  WANT MORE BODY + SOUL?  Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Or, TikTok here. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley.  On YouTube: Watch Body + Soul TV here. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

8mins

30 Aug 2022

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Roe V Wade reversal explained by Jane Elliott #MadLove

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6mins

27 Jun 2022

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RISKY BLACK WOMEN PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS Please look up the birth dearth Jane Elliott can also shed some light on this There may be more

“Karma’s a Bitch Challenge Peru.”

1min

27 Jun 2022

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Jane Elliott: Cancer, early menopause and Brighter Days

Dear Menopause

Do you want to take away the guess work of perimenopause and menopause, save yourself time and energy and ditch the shame? Working with me you learn what's happening to you physically, mentally and emotionally, why and what you can do about it. Go to stellarwomen.com.au/stellar-circle/ to find out more.In today's episode I was humbled to sit down and chat with a remarkable and incredibly inspiring woman, my guest Jane Elliott.We are taken on Jane's journey with cancer, which she was first diagnosed with at the tender age of 23, through her experience with early menopause at the age of 37, totally unrelated to her current cancer and treatment, and then dive into her adaptive clothing brand, Brighter Day.Connect with Jane here:IG:  https://www.instagram.com/brighterdayau/Where to find Sonya:InstagramFacebookTake the Midlife QuizStellar Women WebsiteYouTubeJoin the Stellar Circle Program today at stellarwomen.com.au/stellar-circle

46mins

5 May 2022

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Replay | Ep. 150 - Jane Elliott

Sox and Sandals Podcast

Replay of Ep. 150 - Off White | Jane Elliott interview Co-host | William Johnson

1hr 24mins

9 Apr 2022

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Jane Elliott

The Travelers Podcast with Brother Ali

Best known for her “Blue-Eyes Brown-Eyes” exercise, anti-racist educator Jane Elliot reflects on her 50-year career of death threats and breakthroughs. Check out all of the episodes and clips from The Travelers Podcast: https://podlink.to/TravelersPodcast Learn more about The Travelers Podcast: https://www.brotherali.com/podcast Buy Travelers Podcast merchandise: https://www.brotheralistore.com/collections/travelers-podcast

1hr 54mins

4 Apr 2022

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Anti-Racism with Jane Elliott (S.3/Ep.3) Race To Speak Up Podcast

Race To Speak Up Podcast

On Season 3, Episode 3 of the Race To Speak Up Podcast with Jane Elliott. She is an activist, author, educator, and the creator of the Blue Eye/Brown Eye Exercise. The Blue Eye/Brown Eye Exercise is where she showed third graders what it’s like to face discrimination based on their eye color. Listen to Jane’s knowledge of prejudice, history, and ignorance against race. _ Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcasts’ Youtube Channel and follow on social media so that you won’t miss episodes and updates. The Race To Speak Up Podcast Series is also available on Spotify and all of the other podcast platforms are linked below. And make sure to share with others! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FFNlvCD7Po _ Jane Elliott Website - https://janeelliott.com Jane’s Blog - http://blibri2.blogspot.com _ Follow the Race To Speak Up Podcast Series Social Medias! Website: https://www.racetospeakup.com/ Youtube Channel: @The Race To Speak Up Podcast (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMs7b_gwc6ghUkn-gbHLGTQ) Instagram: @racetospeakup (https://www.instagram.com/racetospeakup/) Twitter: @racetospeakup (https://twitter.com/racetospeakup) Facebook: @racetospeakup (https://www.facebook.com/race.to.speak.up.1) Facebook Group: Humanity Rising’s Race To Speak Up Podcast (https://www.facebook.com/groups/402275578130780/about) Spotify: @ The Race To Speak Up Podcast (https://open.spotify.com/show/66Az1PJY9GZeGxrfDJl0tZ) Anchor: @The Race To Speak Up Podcast (https://anchor.fm/racetospeakuppodcast) Linktree: https://linktr.ee/RaceToSpeakUp www.humanityrising.org _ Hi, I’m Devin and welcome to Humanity Rising’s Race To Speak Up Podcast Series! It’s where we have open and engaging conversations about bullying prevention, how to be upstanders, and how we are making a positive difference in our communities. For me, how I “Race To Speak Up” is by educating others about bullying prevention through my anti-bullying organization, #RaceToSpeakUp. Join me on this journey as we spread our positive messages and how we are working towards a more empathetic world! The only question for you now is, How Do You Race To Speak Up? The views expressed in this podcast are representative of the personal opinions/views of the guest and host.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/racetospeakuppodcast/message

52mins

3 Mar 2022

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OYM Ep.64: The Psychology of Discrimination: What Can Jane Elliott's Lesson on Prejudice Teach Us Today? Brown Eyes vs. Blue Eyes=Unjabbed vs. Jabbed? Is Discrimination Sometimes Okay?

Occupy Your Mind! Think for yourself. Your voice matters.Think.Speak.Stay human.Show us your smile.

Saddened by the death of Martin Luther King, Jane Elliott, a teacher in a small Iowa town decided to make a difference by teaching her students a lesson on prejudice. In a very short period of time, about 15 minutes, she convinced her eight-year-old students that those with blue eyes were superior to those who had brown eyes. Later, she reversed the color of superiority. Elliott was surprised by how quickly the children turned against one another, by how cruel these otherwise pleasant children had become. Little did she know the dramatic effect her lesson would have, not only on her students, but on the entire nation. This wasn’t a lesson on how thosepeople over there did something terrible to those other people way over there… Oh no, we have all learned that lesson. In fact, it is taught over and over again, not just by teachers, textbooks or mainstream media, but, sadly, by our egos. It feeds our ego to think that only other people do bad things. So when we learn about people harming other people, even when we learn that people have repeatedly done certain bad things to other people, over and over again and all throughout history, our egos tell us that that was them, not us; that was then, not now.) Jane Elliott wanted her students to understand that it was not just them but all of us, not just then but now. We are all capable of prejudice. We all sometimes lack understanding of others who are different from us. We all pass judgment on other people. We all have a need to think that we are better than someone else for various reasons: Could be our bigger bank account, class status, our religious devotion, our race, skin color, gender, or maybe… the color of our eyes. Ms. Elliott didn’t realize when she taught this lesson so many years ago that it would make her famous and that it would impact so many people. She was invited to teach the lesson to adults and received national attention. Far from being a racist nation, the United States was doing its best to learn to do better. So what the heck happened? What can we learn from Elliott’s today? Why are we replacing racism with vaccine status-ism? Why are we being encouraged to segregate people based on whether or not they received a medical treatment, an injection. Should we replace racism with another type of discrimination? Should we allow discrimination against people who have different views on “vaccines,” mask mandates, digital identification systems (“vaccine passports”) or politics in general? If so, then do you agree that employers can ask about your medical history, your eating and exercise habits, the medicines you take, the vitamins you ingest and your daily lifestyle habits that may impact your health before considering you for a job or a promotion? Do you believe that landlords should have access to this personal health info? Are you ready to change your dietary and lifestyle habits to accommodate employers, landlords, bankers, politicians and anyone else with the power and authority to snoop into your private medical history via a “vaccine passport” and, therefore, to demand you conduct your life differently? Do you further agree that some people are simply superior to you, so they must know better than you do about what is best for you? Let us know! We’d love to hear from you: https:anchor.fm/occupyyourmind.  "A Class Divided," Jane Elliott www.barnesandnoble.com/w/diary-of-a-mad-bag-lady-meria-cairns/1137854143https://medium.com/@guitarmoviestarhttps://patreon.com/HauntedGypsyhttps://buymeacoffee.com/MeriaCairnshttps://rocknrollgypsy.creator-spring.com        --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/occupyyourmind/support

58mins

7 Jan 2022

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A Date with Destiny-It's all about the Love welcomes back Jane Elliott!

A Date with Destiny; It's all about the Love!

People who say to me;" I don’t see color." Or say to a black person; I don’t see you as black, are saying; I have the freedom to deny the largest organ on your body which is your skin. Now if you can’t see my skin, then you can’t see me. – Jane Elliott“A Date with Destiny” is designed to help motivate, inspire and EMPOWER you to live your life in the highest context of love, peace and joy! It will help you to take a closer look within yourself and discover the great, “I AM” that dwells there. It will help you to have a better understanding of the Laws of the Universe-“God’s Laws,” and how it was designed just for YOU to have all you could ever want.She's back! Tune in as we chat with cousin Jane Elliott! We will be discussing some of the current issues such as the abortion laws that were just past in Texas and so much more! If you've ever heard her speak, you know she does not mince her words and shoots straight from the hip! As she's famously says all of the time; "There is only one race on this earth, the HUMAN race!"Visit us: www.yourdestinyawaits.net; - twitter-@lyse101; facebook.com/ adatewithdestiny101#itsallaboutthelove;www.yourdestinyawaits.tumblr.com

1hr 22mins

27 Sep 2021

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