“Silence Is Murder” is a personal reflection on modern individualism and collective dissociation towards human condition…
In an era of communication, never have we noticed such self-assumed indifference and self-indulgent speechlessness. We believe that if it’s true that apathy kills… our silence is murder!!! Expose yourself and be the difference!!!
On March 11th, 2011, the Northeast coast of Japan had been hit by one of the most destructive earthquakes and tsunamis ever registered in the country’s modern history, leaving the whole population in fears and despairs. Assured that in the midst of desperation, the quietest whisper of hope can be enough of a sound to make life bloom out of despair, Your Favorite Enemies created the Hope Project. It consists of writing messages of hope to the victims in Japan, in order to seed hope amongst the people touched by the tragedy, to bring awareness on how significant a simple word or a supportive message can be for anyone going through moments of despair and to encourage people to turn compassion into action. The messages will contribute to bring a hopeful light in the mist of such dark time.
Your Favorite Enemies visited a shelter in Minami-Sanriku on May 25th, to give volunteers all the cards that had been signed and translated for the Hope Project so far. Thousands of cards were distributed on that day, and the Project is still going on.
CLICK HERE if you want to participate and write your message! Express yourself!
Actively supporting Amnesty International for more than a decade, the members of the rock band Your Favorite Enemies have crafted an empowering and mobilizing video for The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Day, held on December 10th. Produced in English, French and Japanese, the video’s strong and engaging message is already spreading over the world: “Your voice really makes a difference, expose yourself!”