Harry Belafonte by Carl Van Vechten on February 18, 1954. Photo: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

vintageblackglamour: “Harry Belafonte by Carl Van Vechten on February Photo: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library ”

Photos: From Grace Kelly to Audrey Hepburn, the All-Time Icons of Style | Vanity Fair HARRY BELAFONTE Photographed by John Swope, 1953.

Photos: From Grace Kelly to Audrey Hepburn, the All-Time Icons of Style

Harry Belafonte.  Singer, songwriter and   advocate for civil rights and humanitarian causes.

excellence achievement “ Harry Belafonte, Civil Rights, Human Rights Activist “Each and every one of you has the power, the will and the capacity to make a difference in the world in.

Carl Van Vechten's Harlem Photographs : The New Yorker

Harlem in Color

Harry Belafonte picking his nose with the Confederate flag

jiggyazzjosh: “ “Finally a good use of the confederate flag: Harry Belafonte picks his nose with the confederate flag. ” new favorite picture.

Harry Belafonte- saw him in concert for one of my birthdays in Boston back in early sixties!

Harry Belafonte, his music ranged from folk, gospel, show tunes and American standards. His performance in Carmen Jones an Africa American version Carmen by Berlioz.

TAN magazine cover of Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belefonte for the movie, Carmen Jones," 1955. - TAN magazine targeted African-American women and was published by Johnson Publishing, the same people who brought you the Ebony and Jet magazines of today.

Scandals of Classic Hollywood: Dorothy Dandridge vs. The World

TAN magazine cover of Dorothy Dandridge and Harry Belefonte for the movie, Carmen Jones," - TAN magazine targeted African-American women and was published by Johnson Publishing, the same people who brought you the Ebony and Jet magazines of today.

Calvin Lockhart. Before Harry Belafonte, Sidney Poitier, Denzel Washington, there was Calvin Lockhart. A well trained actor whose performances inspired.

Calvin Lockhart was a Bahamian-American actor on stage and in film. He was best known for the role of a big-time gangster "Biggie Smalls" in the 1975 film Let's Do It Again, not to be confused with the deceased rapper Biggie Smalls.

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