On an educational program designed to meet the needs of black students in social context. Focuses on the section of the program intended to teach students how to respond to authority figures threatening their rights, in this case the teacher; he has just finished the demonstrative aspect of the lesson. Teacher in front of class explains that people, nice and mean, will try to convince the students, in different ways, that they shouldn’t love black people or love being black. Says money isn’t important; only being a man or a woman (inclusion of women extremely important because of misguided perceptions that the black power movement was sexist) and telling the truth. Shots of little girls and boys listening at desks. Students raise hands to offer positive adjectives (brilliant, smart, etc.) on what they’ll be like.