I'm Human: a video from Alabama middle schoolers talking about what makes us different #I've got a parenting question!#adoption#pregnancy#race#religion#teens#tweens#videos Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Jan 13 2012) Offbeat Editors Offbeat Home & Life runs these advice questions as an opportunity for our readers to share personal experiences and anecdotes. Readers are responsible for doing their own research before following any advice given here... or anywhere else on the web, for that matter. Photo courtesy of I'm Human. The broadcasting team at Liberty Middle School in Madison, Alabama, is currently rocking my world. They put together this incredibly simple, yet incredibly powerful video called "I'm Human." The video features students , faculty, and staf standing against a wall, each holding up a sign that tells you how they're different. One is Christian, one is spoiled. Another is Mexican, and one girl has lost a friend — all of this in the first forty-eight seconds. The full video is around nine minutes, and it's worth watching every single one of them. The video's after the jump! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo PREVIOUS Let's talk about making your own not-so-perfect crayons NEXT How to make money off decluttering your house: a video question from Dootsiebug Show/Hide comments [ 22 ] Wow, that's so much better than anything we ever made in broadcasting class (right, Stephanie?). Loved it…. and I saw my coworkers daughter in there 🙂 Reply SIIIGH.. I think that's the difference between technology 10 years ago and now. TEN YEARS AGO. Reply This was from a middle school? Wow that is amazing! I applaud them so much for their work. Reply YES! Liberty is grades 6-9, I think. Reply Shows how incredibly differently people develop. If I met some of the students I'd guess they were in their 20's, others look much younger than they are. Great video, wonderful project. I wonder how the classmates react to knowing each other's secrets? Reply I was doing pretty well until I got to the little boy with the "I'm afraid no one will be my friend" sign. Gut punch. Cue the weepies. This is really, really good. Reply the "i am full of possibilities" girl got me for some reason Reply Yes! I wanted to shout "I'll be your friend!!" Reply Just amazing. I teared up at a few of them. Wow. Reply weepy weepy weepy. i am going to show this to my 10 year old… Reply I laughed at the "I'm Lazy" one. Reply This is amazing! definitely gave me a case of the weepies though Reply Reminded me of this video: Reply I watched this on mute, because I'm at work, and it was really powerful silent; am looking forward to watching it with sound when I get home. For some reason, the boy with "I'm Sorry" got to me. Reply Me too! The "I'm Sorry" was just so… it was a powerful moment, for sure. Reply Y'all are not supposed to make me cry right after I put makeup on! What a powerful movie. Reply The "I'm bullied" made me just….ugh. wow. I see these kids everyday when I teach theatre. I wish I could show everyone this video, especially the ones who bully. Reply Man! This reminded me of junior high *cringe* I just wanted to hug everyone in the video! Reply This was pretty rockin'! Anyone who reads Korean who can tell me what the sign in Korean said? Reply Yep, crying a bit at work. This is so awesome, and I am seriously impressed that junior high kids put it together. Reply Am I old? I could barely tell some of the teachers from the students! Reply And now I'm bawling – for me it was the 'I'm just happy' girl – she was great. I also laughed lots – I loved the lazy man, the bald man and the man with the perfect handwriting (he looked so proud of himself!). Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Subscribe me to your mailing list No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.