Saturday, July 4, 2009

Check this out...

I saw this on Dean's Den. I was moved to tears

Check out Norman Lear and how he came about making this video.

8 comments:

dominique eichi said...

clap.. clap.. clap .. those are my hands clapping together Sheila. BRAVO

Art with Liz said...

I can see why this affected you Sheila. Hope you also had a great July 4th.

The Bull said...

Interesting video and message. Hopefully more well needed change will come soon! They did a great job on the video!

Gary Heller said...

Sheila, this is tremendous. Absolutely moving and a beautiful,inspiring piece of work.
I'm glad to have seen it and thanks for posting it on this most appropriate of holidays.
At the risk of sounding too sensitive and corny here, i have to say it is emotionally and spiritually overwhelming to see all these wonderful people of various ethnicities and backgrounds, all american from all over the country singing and performing together about their love and concerns of our great United States of America.
Loved it!

James Parker said...

Excellent, Sheila.  I'm with Gary..so many people.. such differences.. coming together in a common bond.  Our country cannot risk coming further unglued.

Jill Berry said...

SO enjoyed this and the other one on their site - Stand By Me.
THANKS for sharing it, I just passed it on to others myself.
I've seen your smiling face on here long enough. It's about time to say Hey.

Gwen Bell said...

Wonderful. I held it together until the African dressed Choir started. Those voices gave me chills.
Thank you so much for posting it!

Lindsay said...

I want to thank you for this moving video. Also, I support your very wonderful efforts to move from forensics into fine art. The forensics I'm sure provide you with a solid foundation. Thanks also for your police service to our country.