Harry Belafonte on the intersection of music and race and the influence that Paul Robeson had on his career and the Black community as a whole.
In Belafonte's New York cemetery version of the Calypso classic, humanity is slyly warned not to incinerate ourselves.
Explore the week of The Tonight Show where Harry Belafonte invited guests like Aretha Franklin, Martin Luther King Jr., Robert F. Kennedy, and Dionne Warwick to wake up America.
With the election of the first black US president, Fault Lines' Avi Lewis sat down with legendary music icon, Harry Belafonte, to get his thoughts on Barack Obama and the changing politics of race.
No words spoken, and none needed.