Harry Belafonte Dies


Harry Belafonte Dies  

Singer, actor, producer, songwriter and social activist, Harry Belafonte died Tuesday, April 25, 2023 of congestive heart failure at age 96 in his Upper West Side Manhattan New York City home.
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Harry Belafonte at the Vienna International Film Festival 2011.
Belafonte set musical records with the highest selling album by a single artist in 1956, Calypso sold over a million albums. Belafonte became the first African American to win an Emmy on June 20, 1960. He has also won a Tony Award, Academy Award, three Grammy Awards and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
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Harry Belafonte at the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington, DC
Belafonte is well known for his civil rights activism and was a prominent fixture in civil right protests and marches as a close ally to the late Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.   He has continued his activism for various humanitarian causes into the twentieth first century. Harry Belafonte being interviewed backstage during the screening "Sing Your Song" by Occupy TVNY on October 30, 2011.

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"I wasn't an artist who became an activist. I was an activist who became an artist,"

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