The University of Costumed Heroes: A video from the FSF
This video is the second in a series of animated videos created by the Free Software Foundation's (FSF), and this one is themed around our campaign against the use of proprietary remote education software.
We must reverse the trend of forsaking young people's freedom, which has been accelerating as corporations try to capitalize on the need to establish new remote education practices. Free software not only protects the freedoms of your child or grandchild by allowing people to study the source code for any malicious functionalities, it also communicates important values like autonomy, sharing, social responsibility, and collaboration.
Support our work
To further help us bring attention to, and start a conversation with, institutions that are endangering students' futures and jeopardizing their education by relying on proprietary software , please show your support for free software in education and this video by promoting it.
- Share a pre-populated message on your favorite microblog.
- Here's a short URL you can use: https://u.fsf.org/fsfheroes
- Use these images and the #UserFreedom hashtag
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Subtitles and translations
Help us translate to many different languages so we can share this video across the globe! Translation drafts and the how-to explanation can be found on our the LibrePlanet wiki. Once you have finalized a translation, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will publish it.
Embed The University of Costumed Heroes on your site or blog with this code:
<iframe src="https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/fsf-heroes/" id="fsf-heroes-video" scrolling="no" style="overflow: hidden; margin: 0; border: 0 none; display: block; width: 100%; height: 67vw; max-height: 550px;"></iframe>
The University of Costumed Heroes by the Free Software Foundation
PRODUCER & DIRECTOR: Brad Burkhart
STORY: Douglas J. Eboch
ANIMATOR: Zygis Luksas
The University of Costumed Heroes by the Free Software Foundation Copyright © 2020 is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.