The Black Eyed Peas want people to practice what they preach in light of the inequality issues and acts of violence going on across the globe.
Fergie, Will.i.am, Apl.de.ap, and Taboo enlisted the help of their famous friends for a new, star-studded version of their 2003 hit Where Is The Love? in order to draw awareness to these worldwide issues.
Paying tribute to the #BlackLivesMatter movement, Bey remembers men who were shot and killed at the hands of police in one segment of the visual album — by showing their mothers holding pictures of their late sons.
The cameos included Sybrina Fulton, mother of the late Trayvon Martin, and Lezley McSpadden, the mother of Ferguson victimMichael Brown.
The filmmaker discussed the impact of incidents like the Charleston shooting and the 2014 death of Michael Brown, and was surprised when state capitols began wiping away traces of the confederate flag — a symbol that Tarantino calls an "American swastika."
Speaking to Britain's Telegraph, the 52-year-old said:
This weekend marked the one year anniversary of Michael Brown being shot by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
Several people from all around planned a day of peaceful vigils and even a four and a half hour moment of silence to symbolize Brown for the four and a half hours that his body was in the street after he was shot last summer.