"You judge a civilization by how it treats its weakest"
If we want to evolve into a "type 1 civilization," a civilization which can co-exist on a planet and not kill ourselves and destroy our planet, we need to recognize we are more alike than we are different. In the final analysis, every culture wants the same things. Love, safety and happiness for ourselves and our children. Our differences are truly smaller than we think. They can be reconciled.
We believe we can do this through the arts. Through music. With one song, written and peformed in every major language on the planet. We have begun with two cultures and languages which share more in common than you might think - American English and Haitian Creole. Two cultures which rised up to defeat opression and become a beacon of freedom to the world and show that
"you can build a city paved of gold, but it build it on your brothers hand and reap what you sow."
We will continue to record and perform One Day in every major language in the world until the voice is heard as one.
One Day. Maybe not tomorrow - but we have begun. If this resonates with you, read on.
New! Yon Jou (One Day) Acoustic Live at Water St.
Coming soon, more Unum Diem music, videos, wristbands and clothing by EDUN!
Siku Moja (One Day) AfricaThey say "Don't Forget Where You Come From." The African continent is truly one of the most beautiful places on planet earth. We should all be proud we orginally come from there. Today, although there are struggles in Africa, there is far more good than you might realize if you just read mainstream news headlines.
About the artist Ugandan singer, Peace Kibirige has been active in many areas of helping the less fortunate including, children with HIV/AIDS camps, raising awareness and appreciation for African art and culture as well as being instrumental in helping to save the gorillas in the war-torn regions of the African continent.
you can build a city paved of gold people lying on the street living in poverty some day maybe not tomorrow you can fight your brother over gods and land children dying on the streets living in poverty
people lying on the street living in poverty
some day maybe not tomorrow
you can fight your brother over gods and land
children dying on the streets living in poverty