In the Fall of 1984, Ms. Jane Elliott was invited by the Iowa Department of Corrections to give a training session to some of its employees. The session is also insightful and worth watching. That the names of some of the blue-eyed became an issue in this session echoes the one in the Children’s session where the brown-eyed John perceived “brown eyes” as a demeaning label. Here, some blue-eyed adults showed a degree of hesitation to use their own names when asked to put their names on test papers. The underdogs gradually accept that their identity is of less value; it is the more so the longer the discrimination has been in place.