If you've been wondering why our young people have taken to the streets of 11 Brazilian cities, and why some of them have resorted to vandalism (even when it was uncalled for), see below the video presentations, in their own words.
In the words of one such protestor: "The people can't endure this any more. We have taken to the streets to fight for a better future for all of us. (BBC)
On this video:
"The recent uprising that is spurring in Brazil is not an act of unwarranted violence, and it is not gratuitous vandalism; it is the result of what happens when a society is forced to put up with the ludicrous, nonsensical laws that are created to benefit the lawmakers themselves."
And on this one:
"I'm here to tell you why I'm not going to the World Cup."