Harry Belafonte News
Elijah Blake and Gina Belafonte on activism and music
ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo interviews Elijah Blake and Gina Belafonte on combining activism and music.
Mel B files for a restraining order against her estranged husband
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert brings the latest on the former Spice Girl's allegations of abuse against her estranged husband.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Harry Belafonte talks about battling prostate cancer in 1997
Jan. 15, 1997: The entertainer and activist discusses how he is working to promote awareness of the disease.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Harry Belafonte participates in economic human rights bus tour in 1999
Nov. 12, 1999: The entertainer and activist says, "The voiceless finally had a chance to speak for themselves."
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Harry Belafonte speaks at the March on Washington in 1963
Aug. 28, 1963: Entertainer Harry Belafonte addresses the crowd at the March on Washington.
On the Bus to the Women's March in D.C. from Silver Spring, MD
ABC News' Charli James talks to protesters on the bus ride to the Women's March in Washington D.C. from Silver Spring, Maryland.
Feminist Icon Gloria Steinem Says She'll Co-Chair Women's March After Trump's Inauguration
Feminist icon Gloria Steinem is set to add some star-power to a planned women's protest the day after President-elect Donald Trump 's inauguration ceremony. As of this morning, the “Women's March on Washington” had at least 156,000 committed attendees on Facebook , with the event billed as a
'Dancing With the Stars': Celebs Celebrate Halloween Tonight
"Dancing With the Stars" celebrates Halloween today with the seven remaining couples performing Halloween-themed dances and a competitive dance-off. The couple that scores the highest in the first round of dancing on tonight will receive immunity, saving them from elimination. In addition, they
Obama Addresses Racial Tensions at Celebration of African-American History Museum
President Barack Obama reflected on the current debate splitting the country in the aftermath of two more high-profile police-involved killings. Speaking at a reception at the White House ahead of the opening of the African American Museum of History and Culture on Saturday, the president reminded