We Need More ‘We Are the World,’ Less Critical Race Theory and BLM

We Need More ‘We Are the World,’ Less Critical Race Theory and BLM


Thirty-six years ago this week the single “We Are the World” reached the top of the Billboard’s pop music chart, where it would reign supreme for four weeks.

It was the fastest-selling pop single in history, with over eight million copies sold in the U.S. and perhaps an additional 20 million sold worldwide, according to Rolling Stone.

The central point of the song was our common humanity in contrast to critical race theory and Black Lives Matter’s message that what defines us most is our race.

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USA for Africa, the nonprofit organization behind the effort, raised more than $75 million for famine relief thanks to the song and the accompanying album and other merch such as sweatshirts and T-shirts.

The 46 artists who participated in “We Are The World” included a cross-section of American music talent from the ’80s and before, including Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson (who co-wrote the song),

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