Brian May supports ‘We Are Not Afraid’ Refugee Aid Campaign


Brian May - We Are Not Afraid

Brian Wilson, Fiona Apple, Robert Plant, Bruce Springsteen, More Team Up For Refugee Aid PSA: Watch The “We Are Not Afraid” campaign also stars Yoko Ono, Brian May, Patti Smith, Ringo Starr, more…

The “We Are Not Afraid” refugee aid campaign has tapped numerous musicians to appear in their new PSA promoting awareness for the global refugee crisis and other victims of political and religious violence. The video features appearances by Brian Wilson, Peter Gabriel, Robert Plant, Keith Richards, Yoko Ono, Brian May, Patti Smith, Ringo Starr, Nile Rodgers, George Clinton, Kool Keith, Fiona Apple, Eric B. & Rakim, and many more. Over 175 artists total are shown holding signs that have variations on “Not Afraid.” Check it out below. The Kevin Godley-directed video is soundtracked by Nigerian artist Majek Fashek’s song “We Are Not Afraid” and is also an effort to raise funds for Human Rights Watch (HRW) and International Rescue Committee (IRC).

We Are Not Afraid – Directed by Kevin Godley

The WE ARE NOT AFRAID campaign has been established in response to the global refugee crisis and victims of religious and political violence.

Please donate to Human Rights Watch and the International Rescue Committee here Nigerian reggae artist Majek Fashek has donated his song “We Are Not Afraid” to the project. The song is available for purchase or streaming via Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Apple Music, Deezer, Napster, Groove, and Rhapsody.

Follow this link to purchase the song. All proceeds will benefit the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and Human Rights Watch (HRW).

WE ARE NOT AFRAID to stand against the countless acts of violence, hate, discrimination, and abuse witnessed globally. We promote non-violence, respect for diversity, universal education, and peaceful resolution of conflict. We will not allow these despicable acts to change our way of life or shake our demand for a free society globally.

We want to bring attention to those organizations that are helping victims globally. See for more information.