This Sunday, Racial Reconciliation group will view and discuss film on race

Our Racial Reconciliation Book Group begins 2019 discussing the short film Brown Eyes and Blue Eyes.
We meet Sunday, Jan. 20, at 12:15 pm in Room 5 of our Community Life Center. Child care will be provided.  
  Shot in a third-grade classroom in 1970 during the Civil Rights movement, the film documents the provocative anti-discrimination exercise designed by teacher Jane Elliott.
  That spring morning years ago, the blue-eyed children were set apart from the children with brown or green eyes. Elliott pulled out green construction paper armbands and asked each of the blue-eyed kids to wear one.
  “The brown-eyed people are the better people in this room,” Elliott began. “They are cleaner and they are smarter.”
  The 15-minute film will be shown. For a preview go to  

Sunday, Jan. 20, 12:15-1:30 pm
in CLC 5;