Vincent Pearase of Oak Park High School in Winnipeg, Canada, writes:
I am a computer/social studies teacher. My students and I regularly visit Boing Boing. This video was made by a group of kids to Celebrate March 21, the UN designated International Day for the Elimination of Discrimination. We shot the video in about six hours, and edited it in about three hours. Our school, Oak Park, is known for its advanced Digital Film Program. Every year our students make a couple of hundred shorts (animated, live action, documentary) as well as an original student-made feature length movie.
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