I mentioned this film a long time ago in the "Everybody's a little bit Racist" thread, but didn't really get much of a response of it. I think I'm going to rewatch it pretty soon, but I wanted to link it so all of you could watch it: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/divided/etc/view.html 46 minutes long, but worth it. Essentially this is about discrimination and an experiment a teacher did the day after Martin Luther King was assassinated with her 3rd grade class. She 'divided' the class with a social maneuver, by labeling people with this color of eyes 'better' than people of the other color of eyes. If you watch you will be able to see how such an attitude when granted by authorities can give kids a different attitude and how it overall effected the life of the kids when they grew up as adults and their view to things such as racism. I personally, found it very touching. I would like personal opinions from people who have seen this or are going to watch it now- reviews of this film are also welcome. I believe it will breed an interesting discussion.