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Harry Belafonte: Civil Rights and Black Leadership
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Harry Belafonte: Civil Rights and Black Leadership

When: 10/20/2017
8:00 PM
Where: Carnegie Music Hall, Oakland
4400 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15213
United States

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Attend a one-of-a-kind evening with Harry Belafonte hosted by the Carnegie Museum of Art.



Harry Belafonte is a legendary and multi-talented artist and activist. His accomplishments are countless. From being the first black performer to win an Emmy Award to his key role in the 1963 March on Washington and his work to end Apartheid in South Africa, Harry Belafonte is an inspiring figure whose art and activism has transformed our world. He will discuss civil rights and black leadership and share stories about his career and his key role in the civil rights movement.



Talk and Q&A: $25-50

VIP dinner with remarks from Mr. Belafonte: $175, includes ticket to talk and Q&A. 

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