I think the most eye-opening part of this video was how quickly the children took on the identity of their group, especially when the teacher was also encouraging the children to behave in this way. I think it goes to show how much of this is learned behavior. Children are watching and looking to see how adults act in any given situation in order to know how to behave themselves. If the adults around them are showing racism to be acceptable then the kids will then believe it is acceptable. However, I think it can be encouraging to know that, on the flip side, if we instill principles of equality and justice early on, children will be more likely to carry that into adulthood. As adults the work is hard because we have years of muck to undo. Children have less to deconstruct!