Excuse My Accent is a three hundred-sixty degree brand and movement proving the phrase “It is more than entertainment.” Launching from a hit record off of featured artist Drei Ros’ new album, produced by 808 Mafia and performed by Drei Ros, RobYoung and Sharlene, “Excuse My Accent” has a rally cry for inclusivity in America and abroad. Following the song production, Richard Stan (international award winning film producer and director) oversaw bringing the Excuse My Accent song to life. With a visual able to bring viewers to their most empathetic place, Richard was able to perfectly conceptualize the “Excuse My Accent” brand. Beyond the content, Excuse My Accent is highlighting and humanizing the immigrant struggles and triumphs by creating empowering content as well as putting momentum behind like minded causes and brands. In early stages, Excuse My Accent is teamed up with Hector Barajas and The Deported Veterans Support House. The Excuse My Accent team will be donating a percentage of all merch to assist in the foundation’s efforts to get deported veterans citizenship, pensions, and meet other needs. Learn more about The Deported Veterans here: http://www.deportedvetshouse.org
Mission: Create empathy in a polarized world through humanizing the immigrant experience
It is no secret we live in polarized times. We see more focus on tug of war of policy rather than the people it affects, and lose sight of empathy for the human experience. As political tensions rise, we are bombarded with content drawing definitive lines in-between people and communities. At “Excuse My Accent,” we believe in humanism before patriotism. We firmly believe our cultures and backgrounds do not infringe on anyone else’s and should equally be celebrated. Join us in celebrating cultural diversity and human equality.
Newly released Census Bureau data for 2017 shows nearly half (48.2 percent) of residents in America's five largest cities now speak a language other than English at home.
The number of U.S. residents speaking a foreign language at home reached a record of nearly 67 million.
Today, a near-record 14% of the country’s population is foreign born compared with just 5% in 1965. Over the next five decades, the majority of U.S. population growth is projected to be linked to new Asian and Hispanic immigration. American attitudes about immigration and diversity are supportive of these changes for the most part.
Generation Z Will be the most diverse Generation ever.
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