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Tag Archives: Black Lives Matter

Professor Kenneth Warren Visits Cleveland For Talk On Race, Literature, And #BlackLivesMatter

Kenneth Warren, a University of Chicago literature professor, asked a gathering of students and faculty in Cleveland this fall to reflect on a famous 1968 classroom experiment – the one that teacher Jane Elliott created as a “Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes” exercise with her Iowa third-graders. The day after the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Elliott divided her class between brown and blue-eyed children, arbitrarily declaring that brown eyes were better. “The results are almost immediate and remarkable,” Warren said, recalling a famous documentary made about the experiment. “Students with brown-eyes began to treat students with blue eyes, some of whom they had, until that moment, regarded as best friends, as if they are indeed inferior and pariahs, while students... Read More →

Comedian W. Kamau Bell Single-Handedly Ends Racism In Comedic Set At John Carroll University

"When we talk about race, we tend to use words that make us comfortable," comedian W. Kamau Bell told a crowd assembled at John Carroll University. "Words like 'minority,' 'Caucasion,' 'colorblind.'" He paused. "We won't be using any of those words tonight."  Dressed in a button-down shirt and dark pants, Bell paced leisurely in front of roughly 200 students, community members and administrators as he presented "The W. Kamau Bell Curve," the keynote of the university's Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. His talk -- subtitled "Ending Racism In About An Hour" -- was born of frustration in 2007. Bell's comedy career was stalled, so he rented a theater in San Francisco to present a one-man show. It would be easier, in Bell's estimation, to talk about race in a theater than a... Read More →
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