It’s easy to make assumptions about others based on what we see — whether that’s race, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or ability. The original Love Has No Labels video reminds us that – underneath it all – we are all skeletons who just want to live, love, and be loved, for who we are.
Two human skeletons on a large x-ray screen facing each other.
00:01 [music] 00:56 [And I can't change] 01:01 [even if I tried] 01:05 [even if I wanted to] 01:08 [and I can't change] 01:10 [even if I tried] 01:13 [even if I wanted to] 01:17 [my love, my love, my love] 01:20 [she keeps me warm (4x)] 01:31 [music] 01:53 [and I can't change] 01:56 [even if I tried] 01:58 [even if I wanted to] 02:01 [my love, my love, my love] 02:05 [she keeps me warm (4x)] 02:16 [and I can't change] 02:18 [even if I tried] 02:20 [even if I wanted to] 02:23 [my love, my love, my love] 02:27 [she keeps me warm (6x)] 02:48 My heart doesn't see race. 02:50 Love has no age limit. 02:53 That's my best friend. 02:56 We are neighbors and best friends. 02:58 We all have different religions but we have universal love as well. 03:02 I love my sister. 03:04 Love is love. 03:06 Our family is no less than any other family. 03:09 [music]
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Do you want to share this video with your family? This guide, developed by the Anti-Defamation League, uses the original Love Has No Labels video to help parents, caregivers, and other family members facilitate discussions and bias and inclusion at home.
Watch behind-the-scenes footage of the real people from the film as they tell stories and celebrate the diversity of the profound friendships and relationships they have forged.
00:05 hi I'm Nancy Harding and you are Mona 00:08 she showed yeah I am Christian I'm a 00:10 devout him boo we definitely promote 00:13 ladies as priests which I love we have 00:15 36 million gods so and every day could 00:18 be a holiday in India we are soul 00:20 sisters or neighbors and friends he 00:22 makes the coffee Turkish coffee I make 00:24 him hummus and falafel as we seem 00:25 together Michael is Jewish from Israel I 00:33 am Muslim Palestinian we met in church 00:36 yeah it was nine and a half years ago 00:39 actually and we've been together ever 00:40 since I'm Jason from I'm dancing and 00:43 Edison and who is Anita 00:45 her name is George Chen and I'm Petula 00:47 Chang reacting Mary will be fifty years 00:52 if much we met in Columbia University at 00:57 the International House that was 1963 01:01 hey what's your name Peter hey what's 01:04 your name 01:09 my name is Ayana Butler my name is Dave 01:12 we have this playful kiss that we do 01:14 were lazy it's called pushing pushing 01:17 yeah we're okay put English 01:23 hey what's your name Iowa's great and 01:25 how old are you okay what's your name 01:27 so and how old are you hate yourself I 01:30 know you guys sisters yes guys like to 01:34 play together like to play with Legos 01:37 and we also like today someone left
If you’re a teacher looking for a way to use Love Has No Labels to facilitate discussions around bias and inclusion, check out this guide. Developed by the Anti-Defamation League, the guide includes key words, discussion questions, extension activities by grade level (grades 3-12), and tips to rethink bias.