“So I heard this song the other day that objectified…
We Are Here
WE ARE HERE to manifest a world community built on true equality,
and to put an end to the injustice of poverty, oppression, and hopelessness.
This video was based on a piece written by Jamilah King and has each artist identify a particular African-American victim of police violence and describe the way that their everyday actions led them to their tragic death.
“Go to WeAreHereMovement.com and tell President Obama
and Congress that the time for change is now.” – Alicia Keys
For more information on how to make a difference, click here.
4GGL thanks We Are Here and Mic for this story.
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