We are all the Same Inside by Fraserview Boys and Girls Club

We are all the Same Inside by Fraserview Boys and Girls Club (Vancouver, British Columbia) is a video submission to Racism Stop it! National Video Competition. “Words can hurt”, “I want to be known for my character not my colour or my eyes”, and ”I don’t want to be judged unfairly” are what the characters in the video say. No one wants to be judged on the basis of how they look because an individual’s skin colour or the shape of their eyes does not define their character. The video is a portrayal of how judging individuals by outer appearance alone is “unfair” because “we are all the same inside”. To get to know ones character drop the preconceived notions of how they “should be” and see people for who they really are. For the video click http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jm7rtovkLLY.

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