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  • No.

  • Come on.

  • Let's sing.

  • And you can sing along with us too.

  • [SINGING] Upstander.

  • Listen.

  • Upstander.

  • Act.

  • Upstander.

  • Unite.

  • Where my upstanders?

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • These are the things that we do when something that we see

  • is not right.

  • All right.

  • And that's a powerful tool.

  • And when we come together, that's a power in you.

  • That's right.

  • We want everyone to know--

  • Uh-huh.

  • --that the only way to grow--

  • Uh-huh.

  • --when you see that something isn't right--

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • That's right.

  • Gonna speak up in any way I can for myself,

  • for my family, and my friends.

  • Gonna stand up for the whole world to know.

  • Racism and hate are wrong.

  • Because racism and hate both hurt.

  • There's always a better way--

  • --when we come together and say--

  • Sing it again.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Uh-huh.

  • You plus me makes the power of we.

  • Uh-huh.

  • Uh-huh.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Let's stand up for what is right.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Create a better world for you and me.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Again.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • We're gonna stand up in every way we can for ourselves,

  • our family, and our friends.

  • Gonna speak up for the whole world to know.

  • So come on, let's go.

  • Let's go.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Let's stand up for what is right.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Create a better world for you and me.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Stand up.

  • Speak up.

  • Make the whole world better.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Again.

  • Listen.

  • Act.

  • Unite.

  • Yay.

  • [SINGING] If I stand by you and you stand by me,

  • we can come together me and you.

  • And we may learn to understand each other too.

  • When we come together, we come together, come together,

  • and we feel all right.

  • Oh.

  • [GIGGLES]

  • I play my piano, and it sounds real good.

  • I play my favorite song.

  • [GIGGLES]

  • And you are a singer, and when we sing together--

  • Hi.

  • Hey, everybody can sing along.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, we come together.

  • We come together.

  • We come together.

  • We come together.

  • Come together and we sing our song.

  • Oh, we come together.

  • Come together.

  • We come together.

  • We come together.

  • Come together and we sing along.

  • You like to bounce a ball all around.

  • We go up and down the street.

  • And then you pass it to me.

  • Now we're playing together.

  • It's a game that's hard to beat.

  • Yeah.

  • Oh, we come together.

  • Come together.

  • We come together.

  • Come together.

  • You're my friend even if we fight.

  • We come together.

  • Come together.

  • Come together.

  • Come together.

  • Play together, and it feels all right.

  • It only takes a little bit of understanding to see things

  • from a different point of view.

  • Hi.

  • Taking turns.

  • Sharing and caring.

  • And lending a helping hand.

  • Oh, thank you.

  • Look at all the things that he can do.

  • When we come together--

  • Come together.

  • --we come together.

  • Come together.

  • And we share a sense of pride.

  • Come together.

  • Come together.

  • We come together.

  • Come together.

  • We come together and we feel all right.

  • We feel all right.

  • [ELMO GIGGLES]

  • Yeah.

  • That was good.

  • [INTERPOSING VOICES]

  • Hey, John.

  • You want to share a cookie?

  • Yeah.

  • Here you go.

  • Thank you, Cookie Monster.

  • Yeah.

  • Cookie.

  • Elmo wants to be an upstander to racism.

  • Yeah, me too.

  • But well, I don't know what to do.

  • I know it can be hard.

  • [SINGING] How do you know what to do when you hear someone

  • say "you're not good enough, go away"?

  • When someone is not let in because

  • of the color of their skin--

  • How do you know what to do?

  • Hey, Elmo, how would you feel if I

  • said I don't like you because I don't like the color red?

  • Elmo wouldn't care what you said because Elmo

  • is proud-- yeah-- to be red.

  • And Abby what if I said that I think you're better than Elmo

  • because you're pink?

  • I'd tell you that it's wrong to say my color makes

  • me better in any way.

  • And if anyone tried to make Elmo feel sad,

  • I'd tell them he's the best friend I ever had.

  • Thanks, Abby.

  • Elmo thinks if you're big or small the way

  • you look doesn't matter at all.

  • That's outstanding.

  • You're upstanding.

  • I'm upstanding.

  • Elmo's upstanding.

  • We're upstanding.

  • That's outstanding.

  • In our hearts we know what's right.

  • And that's what makes our lights shine bright.

  • Now, we know what to do when we hear someone say "you're not

  • good enough, go away."

  • When someone is not let in because

  • of the color of their skin, now we know what to do.

  • Speak up.

  • Say something.

  • Don't give in.

  • [GIGGLES] So when you see something that's wrong,

  • speak up and say, that's wrong, and tell an adult.

  • Oh, hey.

  • You know what I love?

  • Mi cabello.

  • Wait.

  • Did you just say you love your cabello?

  • Yes.

  • And "cabello" is the word for hair in Spanish, right?

  • Si.

  • It is.

  • I thought so.

  • And guess what.

  • I love my hair too.

  • Well, let's not just talk about it.

  • Let's sing about it.

  • Yeah.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • Your hair.

  • That's right.

  • I really love my hair.

  • Mi cabello.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • I love my hair.

  • There's nothing else that can compare with my hair.

  • I love my hair.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • In a clippy or in a bow.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • My hair looks good in a--

  • Corn row.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • I love my hair.

  • I love it and I have to share.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • I wear it up.

  • Up.

  • I wear it down.

  • Down.

  • I wear it twisted all around.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • When it's tied up or flying free--

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • My hair is part of me.

  • [SINGING IN SPANISH]

  • I really love my hair.

  • Mi cabello.

  • [SINGING] If what I am is what's in me, then I'll stay strong.

  • That's who I'll be, and I will always

  • be the best me that I can be.

  • There's only one me, I am it.

  • Have a dream.

  • I'll follow it.

  • It's up to me to try.

  • [DRUMMING]

  • Oh, I'm going to keep my head up high.

  • High.

  • Keep on reaching high.

  • High.

  • Never going to quit.

  • I'll keep getting stronger.

  • And nothing's going to bring me down.

  • No.

  • Never gonna stop.

  • Gotta go.

  • Go.

  • Because I know I'll keep getting stronger.

  • And what I am is--

  • Thoughtful.

  • And what I am is--

  • Musical.