I thought that this experiment was a really interesting one and I actually had never heard of it before. I love that she used a physical characteristic of the students, using their eye color, to resemble what it would be like to be discriminated against as a minority. Physical characteristics, as she taught them, do not hold any weight into the type of person that you are the the qualities and values that you hold. I think that this is a really powerful way to teach this lesson to those students, especially at that age. She focused on the things that mean the most to students that age: competition (how fast they can get through the phonics cards), playground usage, time at recess, who they could associate with, etc. I am curious to know how it impacted these students for the rest of their lives and if they took this lesson with them throughout the rest of their schooling and their lives post-education.