Co-sponsored by the Museum of Teaching and Learning (MOTAL)
Thursday, June 24, 2010 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm
6:30pm – Landmark Exhibitions
Explore COURAGE: The Vision to End Segregation. The Guts to Fight for it. Through recreated sets and fascinating archival material, COURAGE brings to life the struggles against racial segregation in public schools. PARA TODOS LOS NIÑOS: Fighting Segregation in California depicts the struggles of Latino families to end segregation in Southern California.
7:30pm – A Conversation with Jane Elliott
In her presentation, Power, Perception and Prejudice, 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 our perceptions. Q&A to Follow.
About Jane Elliott
In response to the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., teacher Jane Elliott set aside her lesson plan for the day and instead took her students through a controversial process that would become known as the "Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes" exercise. Now an internationally known teacher, lecturer, and diversity trainer, Jane Elliott will make a rare appearance at the Museum of Tolerance to discuss her groundbreaking work and its implications for today.
Tickets: $20.00. Advance ticket purchase recommended.
To purchase your tickets by phone, call 310.772.2505 or 310.772.2452.
Free underground parking. Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.