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T h e P o r t a l s o f E P A C H A F o u n d a t i o n – P h a s e I I a r e O p e n :
UNICEF's Goodwill Ambassador
March 1, 1927 – April 25, 2023
Statement by UNICEF Executive Director
Catherine Russell on the life of
"We mourn the loss of Harry Belafonte, one of the world’s greatest actors, singers, producers, and champions of human rights – especially for children.
“He served as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for 36 years, where his dedication and generosity of spirit helped set a high standard for the role – meeting with world leaders to champion the cause of UNICEF and secure support for the issues that impact children’s lives. His legacy includes advocating for primary health care, treatment for HIV/AIDS, and free access to education for all.
“He was an eloquent campaigner for the world’s children and understood the power of maintaining the world’s attention on its most needy, including, among other things, giving the iconic UNICEF ‘School-in-a-Box’ its name, and organizing the Grammy winning and quadruple platinum single We are the World to raise money for African famine relief.
“We extend our deepest sympathies to the Belafonte family, and join his many fans, friends and admirers from across the globe in celebrating his life, his work, and his steadfast commitment to children.”
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Children Around the World
Sincerely Thanks Harry Belafonte!
Forever in Humanity's Heart!
Forever in Humanity's Memory!
Harry Belafonte (UN Day Concert 2009)
MUST SEE VIDEO:
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A Champion for
Most in Need. Most Neglected.
Secretary-General António Guterres
led tributes from across the
United Nations to the Legendary
Singer, Entertainer, and
Civil Rights Activist, Harry Belafonte
“Beyond touching millions with his inimitable charm and charisma in music, film, and theatre, Mr. Belafonte
devoted his life fighting for human rights and
against injustice in all its forms,” . . . “He
was a fearless campaigner for civil rights and
a powerful voice in the struggle against apartheid,
the fight against AIDS, and the quest to eradicate poverty.”
Quote Courtesy, United Nations
Read more at: https://news.un.org/en/story/2023/04/1136027
Exemplary Marks of Excellence!
Harry Belafonte certainly was a dedicated UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador who genuinely cared
for the whole of Humanity at home in
the U.S.A. and Around the World.
Belafonte (center) at the 1963 Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C. with Sidney Poitier (left) and Charlton Heston
The following text excerpt is a Courtesy of Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia
Belafonte considered the actor, singer, and
activist Paul Robeson a mentor, and he
was a close confidant of
Martin Luther King Jr. during the
Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
As he later recalled, "Paul Robeson had been my first great formative influence; you might say
he gave me my backbone. Martin King was
the second; he nourished my soul."
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Jan. 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968
Harry Belafonte with President John F. Kennedy [L] and Robert F. Kennedy [R]
Harry Belafonte with Coretta Scott King [L] and The MLK, Jr. Family [R]
Throughout his career, Belafonte was an
advocate for political and humanitarian causes,
such as the Anti-Apartheid Movement and
USA for Africa. From 1987 until his death,
he was a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela (L) is escorted back
to his seat by Harry Belafonte at the U.N. General Assembly
Special Session on Children in New York, May 9, 2002
Bringing Humanity Together!
Award-winning Singer &
Big Screen Actor,
Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belafonte in CARMEN JONES ('54)
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Civil Rights Activist
Tony Bennett and Harry Belafonte Remember Bloody Sunday in Selma Alabama
48 Years Later
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Harry Belafonte: Harlem, U.S.A.
Honored at the Apollo!
Harry Belafonte: Harlem, U.S.A.
MEN'S DAY SPEAKER
The Abyssinian Baptist Church
October 12, 2008
O' Happy Day!
A Day of Rejoicing & Memorable
The Late Rev. Dr. Calvin O. Butts III
Senior Pastor, Abyssinian Baptist Church
July 19, 1949 – October 28, 2022
With Men's Day Guest Speaker, Harry Belafonte
[L] Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Calvin O. Butts III [R] Together with Wife of
Harry Belafonte, Pamela Frank-Belafonte and
Multi-Award-Winning Actress, "The Grand Lady, Cicely Tyson"
Men of Harlem, Standing
Together as One!
Goodwill Ambassador &
Courtesy, We Are the Mighty
A Special Gift to the World!
[L] Harry Belafonte as a Child with
Mother and Sibling
Beloved Father, Friend . . . And
So Much More!
As we look back,
Always Remember . . .
We'll Meet Again!
Daylight come and we want go home. . . "
The late Harry Belafonte won the Marian Anderson Award in 1998. Here’s what he said at his acceptance speech.
Learn more of Harry Belafonte's
Remarkable Life and Legacy
following web page:
Many Thanks to All who helped
make EPACHA's web page
in Honor of
Harry Belafonte possible.
If you’ve missed the work of EPACHA in its Phase I duration, please be encouraged to click on the below web links.
Sincerest Thanks are Extended to http://archive.org/web/ for having made possible an archived viewing of
EPACHA Foundation’s entire volume of its Phase I web pages:
Complete List of EPACHA - Phase I web pages:
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