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Harry Belafonte

Harry Belafonte appears in the following:

Harry Belafonte and Peter Coyote

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Harry Belafonte and Peter Coyote talk about the benefit concert “Bring Leonard Peltier Home,” which they are hosting along with Pete Seeger, on December 14 at the Beacon Theatre. The concert features performances by Jackson Browne, Bruce Cockburn, Jennifer Kreisberg, Bill Miller, Margo Thunderbird, and guest speakers Peter Matthiesson, Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, Peter Coyote, and former Amnesty International President Jack Healey. Leonard Peltier is a celebrated Native American activist and humanitarian imprisoned since the mid-1970s for his involvement with controversial incidents at Wounded Knee and Oglala, South Dakota, including the shooting deaths of two FBI agents. He has has been designated a political prisoner by Amnesty International.

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“Come Back Africa”

Friday, January 27, 2012

The 1959 film “Come Back Africa,” Lionel Rogosin’s groundbreaking depiction of South Africa under apartheid, is playing at Film Forum from January 27 through February 2 in a newly restored 35mm print. Lionel Rogosin’s son Michael Rogosin, and Harry Belafonte and Robert Downey, Sr., talk about the film, which was very influential in their lives. The documentary “Sing Your Song,” about Harry Belafonte, is now playing at IFC Center.

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Harry Belafonte on His Life and Work

Friday, December 30, 2011

Harry Belafonte talks about his life—as an actor musician, and passionate activist. In his memoir, My Song, he writes of his close friendship with Martin Luther King, Jr.; his role as a conduit between Dr. King and the Kennedys; and his friendships with Paul Robeson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sidney Poitier, Marlon Brando, Nelson Mandela, Fidel Castro, Tony Bennett, Bill Clinton, and turns an admiring and critical eye on our country’s cultural past.

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Guest Picks: Harry Belafonte

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Harry Belafonte spoke to Leonard about his music career and his commitment to social activism, and he also shared what he's been reading and his love of cooking.

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Harry Belafonte

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Harry Belafonte talks about his life—as an actor musician, and passionate activist. In his memoir, My Song, he writes of his close friendship with Martin Luther King, Jr.; his role as a conduit between Dr. King and the Kennedys; and his friendships with Paul Robeson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sidney Poitier, Marlon Brando, Nelson Mandela, Fidel Castro, Tony Bennett, Bill Clinton, and turns an admiring and critical eye on our country’s cultural past.

The documentary “Sing Your Song,” about the life of Harry Belafonte, premieres October 17 on HBO.

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