Friday, 20 December 2013

Justice and Kenny's Vids That Make You Go Hmmm . . .

Category: Inspiring

"Inspirational Speeches- Go Get It"
 
 
VS
 
"The Power of Black- Suli Breaks"


What would you change about the past?
 


20 comments:

Caitlin Graham said...

I liked the first video video the best about inspirational quotes. I think I liked it better because it had a lot more quotes that were relatable to and people. I feel like its a video that everyone can relate to one part of it. I think that I would go back and change the wars that we had and maybe try to get rid of them because they have killed of many people and that's a terrible thing. I think that if we could change all wars the world would be a much happier place.

Jeremy Woods said...

I didn't particularly like either video. I didn't understand the point or correlation between the videos. I didn't think either were anything too inspiring. I'm not a big history person so I can't single out one thing I would change about the past. In general, I would change the inequality of people. I think everyone should be equal, doesn't matter what race or gender you are.

Rebecca Roger said...

I liked the first video better. I understood the message it was trying to say better than the other one, and the second one I couldn't really connect or relate to.
I don't really have anything about the past that I would change, in my life. Talking about the past in general, I think I would probably want to change the holocaust and the KKK, those are the two main past events that bothered me the most.

Bethany Rempel said...

I think the second video was the best one. I really like spoken word and I think it was creative for him to use that to share a message. I'd say if it were possible to change something in the past I would change the fact that we had slavery and the holocaust.

Michelle Zhou said...

I liked the second video better because spoken word is really cool and powerful. I would change a lot of things about the past, but I guess a major event I wish didn't happen was the holocaust. A lot of innocent people died; they died purely because of their religion/appearance/orientation. I wish that didn't happen, but I know of course I never could've stopped it myself.

Alaya Smeaton said...

I liked the second video. The reason why I liked that one is because it was very different. It made me think. If I could change something in the past I wouldn't change anything because it's what makes is as a whole. Our past shapes us, makes us into the people we are today.

Casey Clair said...

The video that wins to me would be the one where the guy is kind of rapping about black history. I feel like it shows it's message more clearly than the other video. I also thought it was more interesting since the guy who made it used mostly himself with just other videos as background, not just small clips of other videos like the other one.

I'm not sure I would change about the past. There are a lot of bad things that have happened in the past but we would be different if what happened didn't happen. Maybe better, maybe worse. I'm the kind of person who wants to change the future, but I don't believe about changing the past because I would be scared about what things would be different.

Kendra Smith said...

The first video won for me. I love all of those speeches individually but them altogether it's amazing. I've actually seen that video previously and liked it then. I wouldn't change anything in the past because I believe tht everything happens for a reason. People learn from their mistakes and the past. If we went back to and changed something then maybe it would happen in the future.
-Kendra smith

Kellie J said...

I think I liked the first video better although I found it hard to pinpoint the purpose of each video. I liked the first one because it showed people encouraging other people to do their best and try their hardest. I did like the second video though.
I don't know if I would change anything. Everything that has happened has gotten us to the point where we are today so if something has changed in the past, something would be different today.

Cody Calcutt said...

I think the both videos is the winer because they talk about history . I would change the past is make a better world for our earth.

Madelaine Lapointe said...

I didn't really enjoy on video per the other. I did like how the singer used wording that still sent a strong message that explained the past to the present. It's amazing how much has changed over the years... I'm not a huge history girl, but I wish everyone was seen equal to one another. Even today people struggle with fitting in because of their race or gender.

Danielle Robak said...

I enjoyed both videos. The first video I thought kept me interested because everything they were saying were true. I thought about if you want something go out work for it and get it. The second video was interesting because he was inspiring in a different way. He was voicing his opinion in a very different way that kept me very interested.
If I were to change something about the past I would change all the wars that have happened. I just wish everyone would understand that we are all equal.

Jared Courchene said...

I think the first video wins because I've seen it so many times and it's a pretty awesome video. The second video was good too but it was hard to understand what he was saying and I thought it was weird the guy in the video was getting naked.

If I could change the past I would stop Europeans from coming to Canada just for personal reasons.

Erin Ross Moore said...

I liked the first video because it made more sense to me. I understood the quotes and I feel like the video had a good meaning. If I could change the past I would just want everyone to be equal. I would change the way people were discriminated.

Bailey said...

I think the first video is better because it made more sense to me. The quotes made more sense compared to the second video that I couldn't really understand. I personally enjoyed the first video more because I actually understood it and it wasn't so confusing. I don't think I would change anything in history because we wouldn't be where we are today if the things in history didn't happen. I feel like everything happens for a reason and if these things happened it was for a purpose or reason.

Shelby Yankoski said...

I like the second video because the tone of his voice made the video more powerful to me. He seemed into what he was saying and made it more believable. He made some good points. I did like the inspirational quotes from the second one. If I could change something from the past i'd probably change many things. One major thing would be the way people were treated, how not everyone was equal. I hate hearing the stories from
the past. I'm in shock when I hear them because I think of how awful they are
and how the past is different from now.

Ashton fogarty said...

i think that the first video was better because it was easier to relate to considering I have seen all those movies and play a lot of sports. If i could go back I would change everthing that was against black people and give them the lives that they deserved and were taken away from them.

Taryn Wichenko said...

Personally I found the first video more relatable to my life so I think that one wins more me. I also enjoyed how they were clips from movies that all have very strong messages. The second one was very powerful as well so it was a difficult decision.

I think if I could change one thing about the past it would be the lack of equality with all the different people of the world. I feel as though if there was more equality with races, sexes and even religion people would be able to be themselves and live to their flu potential which at the end of the day is what is the most important.

Annika Slimon said...

I liked the first video best, it shows how much inspiration there really is our there in things you most likely see everyday, shows and movies, thought hey could have also included books, and magazines, and advertisements.
I don't believe would would change anything that has happened in the past because though it may have been horrible I feel everything happens for a reason. Who knows how our world would be now and in the future if we were able to change the past? Good or bad?

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