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]
Love Has No Labels | Diversity & Inclusion | Ad Council
Questions to Self-Reflect
Reflecting on our bias is one of the most important things we can do. Use these questions to help you recognize areas of bias and understand how bias affects our relationships with those around us.
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.
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.