“Here Comes the Sun” by Jeremih x Antonique Smith
People’s Climate Music has released a cover of “Here Comes the Sun” by Grammy nominated artists Jeremih and Antonique Smith. In these challenging times, the power of the people is rising…”Here Comes the Sun”.
Jeremih and Antonique Smith’s interpretation of “Here Comes the Sun” is a message of hope and affirmation of our humanity and goodness when it comes to coming together to help each other in disaster and crises, regardless of our differences or divisions.
Get the song now, the profits from this record are being donated to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma relief efforts in frontline communities.
Available everywhere now…
Take action to support communities recovering from Hurricane Harvey and Irma and to solve climate change.
Hip Hop Caucus in partnership with The New School presents…
People’s Climate Music: Frontline Communities – The Untold Stories of the Climate Movement
The New School, New York CIty
Tishman Auditorium, University Center, 63 5th Ave
Sunday, September 24, 2017
There is no doubt that as 2017’s historic disasters continue to devastate communities across the world, the need to solve climate change is plain to see and more urgent than ever.
Our communities on the frontlines of climate change are not waiting to act. The only way we can win is if we create an unstoppable movement that represents and empowers everyone.
At this official Climate Week NYC 2017 event we are using the power of stories and culture to connect the dots to grow the climate movement to be even more powerful and big enough to win.
Live performances from world class artists and compelling conversations with community and cultural leaders will reveal what it’s like to fight for survival on the frontlines, what climate solutions we have now, and how you can use your power to make positive change.
Powerful live performances from…
- Antonique Smith, Grammy Nominated Singer & Film, TV, and Broadway Actress
- Messiah, Award winning Poet & Activist
- Adrian Grenier, Actor & Co-Founder, Lonely Whale Foundation
- Hilton Kelley, Founder & Director, Community In-Power & Development Association – Port Arthur, Texas
- Pastor Jeff Hawkins Sr., Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church – Flint, MI
- Dr. Beverly Wright, Deep South Center For Environmental Justice – New Orleans, Louisiana
- Elizabeth Yeampierre, Executive Director, UPROSE – New York, New York
- Autumn Rose Williams, Miss Native American USA 2017-18 – Shinnecock Nation, Long Island, New York
- Lisa Jackson, Former EPA Administrator / Vice President Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives at Apple [remote]
- Bill McKibben, Co-Founder, 350.org [remote]
- Rev Lennox Yearwood Jr., President & CEO at Hip Hop Caucus
- Mustafa Santiago Ali, Senior Vice President of Climate, Environment Justice, & Community Revitalization at Hip Hop Caucus
Stand Up / Stand N Rock won a 2017 VMA honoring Native American artists and the #NoDAPL movement!
About the Video
"Stand Up for Standing Rock"
Winner of a ‘Fight Against the System’ VMA, “Stand Up / Stand N Rock #NoDAPL” supports the peaceful, powerful, and diverse movement to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Taboo, solo artist and member of the Grammy Award-winning group Black Eyed Peas, created the song which features, actress and activist Shailene Woodley, and the Magnificent Seven, seven Native American artists from across North America. This VMA award was a massive opportunity to help bring the importance of protecting the environment and the lives our Indigenous brothers and sisters to tens of millions of people!