Here’s one for your Friday. An older video, unearthed by Twitter user @iamjamajesty a few days ago has been blowing up on the network. This group poem, performed by Morgan “MoMo” Butler and Malachi Byrd, is one of the best expressions I’ve seen of love and trust in the digital age.

“Settings>Privacy Settings>System Services>Location Services>Frequent Locations”

We’ve all been there.

Here’s a YouTube link if you’d rather watch that way.

The video is from the 2014 Brave New Voices program put on by Youth Speaks, a 20-year-old organization in San Francisco that promotes literacy via spoken word performances, education and festivals that include poetry slams and other events.

If you’re in San Francisco, Youth Speaks’ next event is this weekend.

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“Let me see your phone”