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As an introductory activity to Mississippi Trial, 1955, class members use color-coded dots to respond anonymously to a series of statements about prejudice and responsibility to their fellow-man that are posted about the room. The results of the survey are addressed in a carefully-orchestrated discussion. After reading the Chris Crowe's story, class members repeat the activity and discuss any changes they observe in the tallies.