Lenny Kravitz is calling for unity in his new music video “Here to Love”.

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Kravitz directed the black-and-white visuals, which sees people from all walks of life walk in and out of frame one-by-one. The video concludes with all the subjects embracing in various ways, from handshakes to hugs.

Kravitz, 55, made his directorial debut with this video. He shot the video in conjunction with the UN Human Rights Office’s #FightRacism campaign against racism, xenophobia and discrimination.

“The ‘Here to Love’ video is a procession of humanity, showing our beautiful differences while celebrating our oneness,” Kravitz said in a statement published by Rolling Stone.

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An extended version of “Here to Love” appears on Kravitz’s 2018 album Raise Vibration.