Hey, welcome to Hubski! I enjoyed the video, it's an interesting question to ask someone to "draw a terrorist," it's akin to asking someone to "draw a bad guy," in today's day and age. Terrorists are the villains of the day. Those villains have certainly been portrayed in the west as being largely arab. It's a shame but in the US, news sources are essentially entertainment sources, with political agendas and they benefit from having clearly defined enemies. An enemy needs to be "easily recognizable" and therefore, they're always portrayed as arabs or wearing burkas. Many American's, because of news outlets like FOX, will tell you that terrorists are muslims. Those same people, when shown a picture of a Sihk, will tell you they're a muslim. Even in an age of prolific information dissemination, and interconnectedness via the web, people are still largely ethnocentric and naive when it comes to other cultures. Again, people want easy to identify and clearly defined enemies. It's essentially moral laziness. How dare you make me think about who the bad guys are??!! If I see brown skin, a beard or a burkah, they're terrorists! -Sad.
I hope to see more videos from you. Feel free to invite others.
One question, as someone that has worked with steve on some videos , what is up with the sound quality? I heard a lot of background noise that almost appeared to have been added in post. -Am I wrong?
Keep making people think beyond their comfort zone. That's always a good thing.