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The 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

The World Hears of Dr. King’s “Dream”

The 1963 March on Washington attracted an estimated 250,000 people for a peaceful demonstration to promote Civil Rights and economic equality for African Americans. Participants walked down Constitution and Independence avenues, then- 100 years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed- gathered before the Lincoln Monument for speeches, songs, and prater. Televised live to an audience of millions,t he march provided dramatic moments, most memorably the Reverend Martlin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.

March on Washington Wikipedia Article

Belafonte Recommended Reading (Pt.1)

Below you’ll find a list of recommended reading from Harry Belafonte which will be released in …

Thoughts on Occupy Wall Street

Official Site of Occupy Wall Street Additional Reading: Interview and Q&A with Harry Belafonte regarding …

My Song: A Memoir

Purchase it HERE Additional Reading NYTimes Article from Garrison Keillor Additional Listening NPR Interview …

1199SEIU Bread and Roses Cultural Project

Bread and Roses Belafonte recently assumed leadership of Bread And Roses. He has performed at 1199 events …

The Gathering for Justice

In 2005, Harry Belafonte organized ‘The Gathering For Justice’ as a way to shine awareness on gang …

Harry Belafonte’s involvement with UNICEF

Over the years, Mr. Belafonte’s dedication and generosity of spirit has helped set a high standard …