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The danger of silence | Clint Smith

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The danger of silence | Clint Smith

We spend so much time listening to the things people are saying that we rarely pay attention to the things they don't, says slam poet and teacher Clint Smith. A short, powerful piece from the heart, about finding the courage to speak up against ignorance and injustice.

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Clint Smith: The Danger of Silence

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Speech Analysis - The danger of silence | Clint Smith

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Clint Smith: The Danger of Silence (Practice)

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The Danger of Silence

Vlog Entry Four: The Danger of Silence Clint Smith

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Hello, welcome back to my channel. Today I will be reflecting on the power of silence and the consequences that manifest themselves in the form of violence, discrimination, racism, genocide, and war. In class we watched a TEDtalk by one of my now favorite speakers, Clint Smith. The focus of the video was on “The Danger of Silence.” Smith stated that as a rule in his classroom students must, read critically, write consciously, speak clearly, and tell your truth. That last one is the most important because it challenges you to explore your silences. The thoughts and opinions you didn’t put out there because you were afraid of judgement. This speech caused me to really reflect on the silences in my life. Why do I turn a blind I when I see someone getting bullied, why do try to avoid eye contact with the homeless for fear of not k knowing what to say, why don’t I say anything when I hear someone say something racist, sexist, homophobic, or discriminatory? I contemplated on these thoughts for a while and concluded it was all just unnecessary fear. I challenge you to take action and tell your truth. The next time you see someone get bullied say something, say hello to that homeless man on the corner, and tell that racist person that what they’re saying is wrong. I know I’m going to do my best to do that and I hope you do too.

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The Fifth Annual LWGMS Film Festival showcases the social justice films made by the class of 2018. As part of the Humanities curriculum, the Walls to Bridges class highlights taking action in a number of different ways, and tonight, the eighth graders inspire us with their storytelling in the film medium. With their classmates, the students agree on a topic, generate a thesis, create a storyboard, integrate interviews, videos, and still photos, and edit a five-minute film that inspires its audience to act, to think, and to discuss important issues facing our country and the world. The students’ film topics are indicators of what is on their minds, and this year, students have messages about gun violence, racism, the LGBTQ community, gender, dress codes, immigration, the MeeToo movement, and the media. Using film as a means of social change, students have worked hard to create passionate and creative films that inspire us all to see things differently, to challenge old ideas, and to take action.

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The danger of silence(mimic)

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We spend so much time listening to the things people are saying that we rarely pay attention to the things they don't. Silence is the residue of fear. It is feeling your flaws gut-wrench guillotine your tongue. It is the air retreating from your chest because it doesn't feel safe in your lungs. Silence is Rwandan genocide. Silence is Katrina. It is what you hear when there aren't enough body bags left. It is the sound after the noose is already tied. It is charring. It is chains. It is privilege. It is pain. There is no time to pick your battles when your battles have already picked you.

I will not let silence wrap itself around my indecision. I will tell Christian that he is a lion, a sanctuary of bravery and brilliance. I will ask that homeless man what his name is and how his day was, because sometimes all people want to be is human. I will tell that woman that my students can talk about transcendentalism like their last name was Thoreau, and just because you watched one episode of The Wire doesn't mean you know anything about my kids. So this year, instead of giving something up, I will live every day as if there were a microphone tucked under my tongue, a stage on the underside of my inhibition. Because who has to have a soapbox when all you've ever needed is your voice?

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Clint Smith - Award-Winning Teacher | Acclaimed Spoken Word Poet

Clint Smith believes we all share a story, the human story. It’s in the telling, he believes, that we emerge as individuals and celebrate what we have in common. His TED Talk, a presentation of his spoken word poem, The Danger of Silence, has been viewed more than two million times, and was named one of the Top 20 TED Talks of 2014. Using his experience as an award-winning teacher and poet to share personal stories of justice, community, and education, his customizable art-form illuminates how we can all find the courage to create change, overcome challenges, and unite ourselves through the power of the collective voice.

Clint is a teacher, poet, and doctoral candidate in Education at Harvard University with a concentration in Culture, Institutions, and Society (CIS). He serves as a resident teaching artist in Boston Public Schools and as a writing instructor at Bay State Correctional Center in Norfolk, MA. Previously, he taught high school English in Prince George’s County, Maryland and served as a public health worker in Soweto, South Africa. His research interests include critical pedagogy, mass incarceration, the intersection of art and activism, how literacy shapes the formation of adolescent identity, and youth civic education.

In 2013, Clint was named the Christine D. Sarbanes Teacher of the Year by the Maryland Humanities Council. He has spoken at the U.S. Department of Education; the IB Conference of the Americas; the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies; and has been featured on TED.com, Upworthy, and TVOne's Verses and Flow. Additionally, he has been profiled in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, The Root, NBC News and the book, American Teacher: Heroes in the Classroom.

As a poet, Clint is a 2014 National Poetry Slam champion, an Individual World Poetry Finalist, and has served as a cultural ambassador for the U.S. Department of State conducting international workshops on cross-cultural understanding and youth empowerment.

Clint earned a BA in English from Davidson College and is an alumnus of the New Orleans Public School System.



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