DYA DYA UMA
OUR SECOND SINGLE OUT NOW!
“Dya Dya Uma ” is Surinamese for “Powerfull Woman” and is written to empower women across the globe.
More feminine energy can go a long way to improving this world!
It’s 2020 and women all over the world still fight for basic rights. Women often feel uncomfortable showing their strength since it is often misjudged. More feminine energy can go a long way to improving this world!
… we are stronger when we stand united with our Dya Dya Uma’s!
From Black Lives Matter to the Climate Crisis we are stronger when we stand united with our Dya Dya Uma’s!
We all need to recognize that:
A woman can be vulnerable and powerful all together. A woman can have a gentle heart, and also be rock solid at her core. She can be as calm as a breeze, but as fierce as a tiger.
A Woman can stand firmly in her strength while she changes the world.
DEBUT SINGLE OUT NOW!
With this song we reflect on one of the most shameful and atrocious consequences of war, namely child soldiers. Actually, a child with a gun is never a soldier he is always a victim. So maybe “War Child” is a better way of describing them. It does not matter if they are fleeing violence, fighting starvation or being manipulated to take up arms.
Actually, a child with a gun is never a soldier he is always a victim.
War Children are often viewed as a side effect of war. We tend to focus on the deaths of soldiers during war. This is important. However, most of the time war kills more children than soldiers. Hands, guns, knives and fists are not the only tools through which their lives end. Starvation, malnutrition and persecution are but a few other ways to die young in a war zone.
… war kills more children than soldiers.
We tend to forget this simple fact of modern day warfare. This is why the world was so shocked by images of the Napalm girl in Vietnam or more recently the death of Alan Kurdi, a three-year-old Syrian boy who drowned in the Mediterrenean Sea and washed ashore on a beach in Turkey while he and his family were trying to reach Europe as refugees.