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Latest Harry Belafonte Items
Harry Belafonte says Hollywood has yet to explore the breadth of black experience and that the industry will "never ever yield to the needs of people of color."
Before there was Band Aid or Live Aid, a We Are the World or Hands Across America, there was singer-songwriter Harry Chapin _ lobbying for change in Congress, pestering an already convinced President Carter to establish a commission on world hunger, and passing the hat for donations at concerts large and small.
Zimbabwean music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi's lyrics have delved into child abuse and homeless youngsters living on the streets. Now he's been chosen to serve as a goodwill ambassador for the U.N. children's agency.
U.S. civil rights activist and singer Harry Belafonte says Marlon Brando's death was one trigger for his decision to make a documentary reflecting the events of his own life.
In the wake of violence perpetrated by a Tucson lunatic, liberals and others who should know better are calling for political rhetoric to be toned down.
With tongue firmly planted in cheek, we suggest a few celebrities and personalities who might want to enter obscurity.
Aug. 28. Mark the date. Sarah Palin and Al Sharpton.