In one approach to countering racism noted in your chapter, children in a European-American elementary school were taught about the racism that famous African Americans, such as Jackie Robinson, endured. What were the results of such informative lessons? A) The children, too young to understand racial constancy, started expressing a desire to "become Black." B) Only the African American children were really moved by the demonstration. Kids of other ethnic backgrounds reported being bored by the presentation and did not get anything positive out of it. C) The children had more favorable attitudes toward African Americans. D) Parents of the children reported that their children developed symptoms of anxiety and depression as a result of being taught about the mistreatment of other human beings.