There are both very ugly people and very beautiful people in this world

Sometimes when you see some horrible stuff going down on the internet, or society in general, it’s easy to lose faith in compassion and human decency. Anonymous internet racism is one of those things, but luckily faith in humanity is also instantly restored when you see the reactions of real life people when they this non-Dutch speaking Muslima asks passersby in the Amsterdam Vondelpark to translate some messages for her.

It’s English-spoken (from Youtube/Parool):
[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn0BUEsHNgg[/embedyt]

It’s made by Issa Shaker and Bendrif Anass with the hashtag #delete_it, in order to raise awareness of online hate messages. 

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