The Stolen Eye
Viewers of The Stolen Eye will feel less defensive and freer to discuss their own experiences of discrimination as analogous but not redundant to those of the film’s participants. This is a must-buy for any of Jane Elliott’s many admirers.
The Stolen Eye is the latest Jane Elliott films documenting her “blue eyed/brown eyed” diversity training exercise. This is ironic because unlike the others, it is not set in America whose black/white racial dynamic gave birth to the technique. Instead Elliott brings together a group of Aborigines a... read more
How to Deal With Cultural Diversity in the Work Place
We no longer live and work in an insular market-place. We are now part of a worldwide economy with competition coming from nearly every continent.
We all come from diverse backgrounds and we all view things from our own vantage point. Just because people do things differently doesn't mean they're wrong. They may just be looking at things in a totally different way. In the DVD training program How to Deal with Cultural Diversity in the Work Pla... read more
Why Can't We Attract People of Color?
Recruiting and Retaining People of Color Program #3 of the Building A Diverse Workforce For The Global Millennium Series. Look at the extreme differences in perceptions about the "difficulties" in recruiting and retaining people of color.
Recruiting and Retaining People of Color A couple of years ago, View Magazine called our series, Diversity: Creating Success for Business and People "one of the best products about diversity on the market." And customers agreed! Now, we can offer you a follow-up series from the same company, ARMC. B... read more