'We Want Peace' Video Ft. Alicia Keys and George Clooney Debuts in Full


'We Want Peace' Video Ft. Alicia Keys and George Clooney Debuts in Full


Beside featuring those celebrities, the music video also highlights the Sudanese children pleading for peace, protection and justice through their innocent smiles.

After getting 1-minute snippet, "We Want Peace" music video which features Alicia Keys and George Clooney has now come out in its full version. "I'm calling out to the whole wide world, help me scream and shout that we want peace," Keys said.

The video is filmed to raise awareness about the global initiative of keeping peace in Sudan and the whole world. Featuring music by Sudanese rapper and activist Emmanuel Jal, it follows him spreading his message through the streets and slum areas of Nairobi, Kenya with some friends.

The other public figures helping him to call for peace, protection and justice for all in Sudan and end conflicts affecting innocent people all around the world include Peter Gabriel, Kofi Anann, Jimmy Carter, Sir Richard Branson, Fernando H Cardoso, Terri Walker, Hinda Hicks and Cherriv V.

Emmanuel Jal's "We Want Peace" music video

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