Taking a break from its usually edgy campaigns featuring shirtless men and little girls dropping curse words for feminism, pro-equality organization FCKH8 shows in its latest video just how far LGBT people have to go before they are truly -- and legally -- equal.
The emotional clip, aptly named "The Fight for Equal Rights Continues," starts off with people representing a variety of minorities, each wearing a t-shirt that displays the year in which they were fully granted equal protections under the law.
"In 1964, you made it illegal to discriminate against me because of my skin color," one African-American woman says in the video, referencing the year in which the landmark Civil Rights Act was passed.
And in the case of LGBT people, the particpants wear shirts with question marks.
Other minorities, like women and people with disabilities, are represented throughout the new FCKH8 campaign, which begs one simple question for LGBT citizens: "What's our year?"
Watch FCKH8's new spot below.