Group G - Vitor and Joao
This is the third version of our video made as a part of an assignment for our english class about the theme multiculturalism. We've done this second version to correct some mistakes that were on the previous one. In that theme we decided to go in a different direction instead of talking about the usual kind of racism .We don't intend to make black people seem racist with our video, we just want to show the world that there are distinct types of racism and all of them should be eradicated.
If you think its fair to judge someone by their skin colour then, why don't you judge them by their hair colour? their eyes? their nose?
WE ARE ALL HUMANS IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT COLOUR WE ARE!
Hope you like it!
Produced by: Marta, Ana and Joana
High school: freshman, junior, senior.
Freshman: a student in the first year of high school or university.
Sophomore: a student who is in their second year of study at a college.
Junior: American English relating to the year before the final year of high school or college.
Senior: having a higher position, level, or rank.
Counter: to say something in order to try to prove that what someone said was not true.
Embroil: to involve someone or something in a difficult situation.
Advocate: to publicly say that something should be done.
Quad: informal a square open area with buildings all around it, especially in a school or college.
The projects: are massive low-income housing units.
Busing: the transporting of children to a school outside their residential area as a means of achieving racial balance in that school.
Saunter: to walk in a slow relaxed way, especially so that you look confident.
Disciplinary: relating to the punishment of someone who has not obeyed rules, or to trying to make people obey rules.
Preppy: American English informal-preppy clothes or styles are very neat, in a way that is typical of students who go to expensive private schools in the US.
Disgruntled: annoyed or disappointed, especially because things have not happened in the way that you wanted.
Rookie: [countable] especially American English someone who has just started doing a job and has little experience.
Push the envelope: to do something that is new and that goes beyond the limits of what has already been done in a particular area of activity.
Go back to the drawing board: if you go back to the drawing board, you start again with a completely new plan or idea, after the one you tried before has failed.