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Alicia Keys Releases a Powerful Short Film “Let Me In” to Commemorate World Refugee Day 2016



Over the years,  Alicia Keys has used her voice as a platform to promote worthwhile causes.

Today, Monday June 20th 2016 which also marks World Refugee Day 2016, she premiered a short film for ‘Let Me In’ with her star’s latest song ‘Hallelujah‘ as the main soundtrack.

This project, in partnership with ‘We Are Here‘ charity seeks to raise awareness for World Refugee Day and support those fleeing to safety.

On the project, Keys said:

“I want us all to imagine if we were the refugees, if we were the ones torn from the arms of our families and loved ones. While some seek to stoke the flames of division and turn us against our fellow neighbors, we’re here to make the case for love and compassion. How would we feel if it were happening to us?”

Watch the video here…


  1. Godwin

    June 20, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    Keep the fire burning, I admire your styles… weldone there sweetie!

  2. Ariere

    June 20, 2016 at 10:53 pm

    The film is beautifulMy shot. The cinematography is well lit, and the story is quite heartbreaking And yet empowering. Speaks on the reality of millions of Refugees in our World today And also of the sacrifice and work done by Heroes of our time doing their own quota to help alleviate the issues. Kudos to Ms. Keys for drawing attention And needed compassion to this Dire situation.

    Very commendable work of Thought and Art.

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