Students React

I really liked the Diversity Beans because they sort of taught me that what you think something is really isn't necessarily what it is. If you judge a person by their appearance they aren't necessarily going to be like you think they are.

Middle School Student

I think the main idea of the jelly bean activity was to not judge people before you try them. If you meet someone and think they are going to be one way because of their appearance, it might be completely wrong because you don't know what they're like on the inside.

Middle School Student

Diversity Beans serve as a mind-opener. You can't judge a bean, or a human being, by its color.

High School Student

I really liked it. I was not expecting it at all. It kinda relates to don't judge a book by its cover.

Middle School Student

You shouldn't judge something by the way it looks because you never know, it could be really good.

Middle School Student

They remind you not to judge a person by what you see on the outside because you really have to get to know them. It teaches you about tolerance and respect for things that are different.

High School Student