New Video: Beyonce “I Was Here” (United Nations World Humanitarian Day Performance)

New Video: Beyonce “I Was Here” (United Nations World Humanitarian Day Performance)

By Jen Lopez

Beyonce’s latest video for “I Was Here” was dropped on World Humanitarian Day. This performance was so powerful, that it definitely makes an impact on anyone who watches the video!

This video was filmed at the United Nations on August 10. Beyonce sang for her audience in effort to spread the word of helping each other and making an impact on the world.

“We all see the headlines, and we think, ‘What can I really do to help?’ ” Beyoncé said. “World Humanitarian Day is an opportunity for all of us to work together to make a difference. This is our time to leave our mark on the world and show that we were here and we care.”

Watch the new video below:

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3 Comments

  1. Andrew says:

    Here is one idea, what about asking the United Nations to STOP the slow motion genocide and deforestation of West Papua by ending the colonization of that territory ?

    How? Please remind Ban Ki-moon and the UN Trusteeship Council that UN General Assembly resolution 1752 (XVII) approved a US drafted trusteeship agreement for the colony and that the UN should therefore be asking Indonesia questions about the colony…

    colonywestpapua.info

  2. Andrew says:

    Here is one idea, what about asking the United Nations to STOP the slow motion genocide and deforestation of West Papua by ending the colonization of that territory ?

    How? Please remind Ban Ki-moon and the UN Trusteeship Council that UN General Assembly resolution 1752 (XVII) approved a US drafted trusteeship agreement for the colony and that the UN should therefore be asking Indonesia questions about the colony…

  3. Here is one idea, what about asking the United Nations to STOP the slow motion genocide and deforestation of West Papua by ending the colonization of that territory?

    How? Please remind Ban Ki-moon and the UN Trusteeship Council that UN General Assembly resolution 1752 (XVII) approved a US drafted trusteeship agreement for the colony and that the UN should therefore be asking Indonesia questions about the colony…

    http://colonywestpapua.info

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