WE ARE ONE HUMANITY
One World is a rally call for hope and unity across the globe in the face of a global climate crisis.
Our humanity should unite and motivate all of us: to help one another, to lend a hand in difficult times, and to face an uncertain collective future together with resolve and determination. Victims of climate disasters around the world already suffer unspeakable loss from events caused by environmental change, as sea levels rise, as plastics choke the oceans, and as human-generated emissions reduce the polar ice cap at an alarming rate.
The objective of the One World project is to not only generate proceeds to assist people trying to rebuild their lives after climate change events such as Hurricane Dorian, but also to inform and inspire togetherness as we search for ways to protect against the effects of future climate devastation.
Only by coming together, helping each other, and lending a hand will we all prevail. As the song says:
"Tomorrow I may need you , but I am here for you today,
we are one, one world"
It’s not far-fetched to say that singing both made a life for Travis Santon, and then saved that life as well. After seven years in Nassau using his voice to provide singing telegrams to thousands of different people on countless occasions, Travis moved north to Marsh Harbour, Abaco in January, where he had several regular paid singing jobs lined up.
ONE WORLD VOCALISTS SHARE THEIR HARROWING STORIES OF SURVIVING HURRICANE DORIAN
A resident of Hope Town, Abaco, 16-year-old vocalist Summer Jane endured the wrath of Hurricane Dorian up-close and personally. Although she and her family had already been through several damaging hurricanes in Abaco, they decided to ride Dorian out in their home rather than evacuate. They never imagined the extent of devastation it would inflict on northern Abaco and Grand Bahama.