In this video the traditional darker face of many refugees is replaced with Caucasian faces.  Does it change the way you see those seeking asylum?

Amnesty International's video, "When You Don't Exist" has been viewed by more than seventy thousand people as of this posting.  Of those who see it will any change the way they view refugees?

The video changes the perspective, if not the minds, of many of those who watch it.  "When You Don't Exist" proves, if nothing else, that we all exist - and are all in this - together.

See if you are moved by watching the video: