I have seen that video about the brown-eyed, blue-eyed experiment before (maybe in undergraduate psychology classes?) and had the same reaction then that I did now. What a great illustration for children to at least begin to understand a little bit about what it might feel to be discriminated against. I thought there was going to be discussion from the participating kids when they were older after watching the video - that would be interesting to see if the lesson did, in fact, carry over to their lives other than in the classroom or beyond that week/month/school year. Back when I was working in a non-profit agency, developing programming to address character development and lessons about "celebrating and accepting differences of yourself and others", I tried to engage the children in similar hands-on exercises, such as making a salad where each ingredient was to be appreciated and showing how boring or tasteless a salad would be if it only had one or two vegetables/fruits in it and cracking both an egg with a white shell and one with a brown shell to find that the insides were the same, illustrating for younger children this concept that, while we should celebrate our differences, we are pretty much the same on the inside, with the same feelings, hopes, wishes, etc.