One of the censorship cases that awed me the most was David Wojnarowick's "Fire in my Belly". I found a direct interest in the piece of art as well as an interest in the entire reasons that led such piece to be censored. The piece/ video on its own was something that stuck me the most because of the visual impact it directly set on me as I saw the video in class. I found such a video to speak a thousand things and convey such meaning, in simple pictures. The most poignant message was that of awareness to HIV as the video was also a form of activism on its own. I found "Fire in my Belly" to be distinct from the rest of the art pieces as it not only touched on conceptual and important issues, but also was a direct form of expression with activism. As the artist implemented his active presentation against HIV and of the connection it often had with hatred of homosexuals. This is what I consider to be the most important type of art, something that is louder than the images reflected on the canvas. But most importantly, an art, that not only directs a message but encourages and inspires action towards betterment of humanity.