“We Are One” was written in New York in 2000 in memory of victims of racial attacks and was coincidentally recorded around the time of Trayvon Martin’s shooting death in early 2012. A message of conciliation is offered that “We all are one.” Danielle suggests that each one of us can make a difference when we decide to let this dark episode in our history be a catalyst for a better dialogue and a greater acceptance of each other. “When we learn to embrace the God-intended diversity of our human race, less unnecessary tears will be shed,” she says.
Written by: Danielle Coulanges (BMI)
Single edit © May 2000
Recorded in New York - March 2012
Produced by: Mel Holder
Mel Holder - keyboard, saxophone, drum programming
Travis Milner - keyboards
Travoso blend - bass
Thurston O'Neal - background vocals
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