NEW YORK - International star Beyoncé, the United Nations and humanitarian aid organizations are launching a global campaign to shine a spotlight on humanitarian work and encourage people around the world to get involved by doing something good for others.
World Humanitarian Day is a global day to celebrate humanity and the spirit of people helping people.
The World Humanitarian Day music video for Beyoncé’s song “I Was Here” will be filmed in the UN General Assembly Hall in New York in front of a live audience.
Beyonce’s “I Was Here” music video debuted on Sunday in honor of World Humanitarian Day. The video, filmed earlier this month at the United Nations in New York City, opens with a thought: “One day, one message, one goal. To inspire ... Read Post
To honor humanitarian aid workers around the world, the United Nations tapped pop icon Beyoncé to help catalyze a global campaign around World Humanitarian Day this past August 19th. Beyoncé dedicated her power ballad “I Was Here” t... Read Post