Here and Now on June 18, 2023: A closer look at the legacies of Tina Turner, Harry Belafonte

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Sunday, June 18, 2023
Here and Now on June 18, 2023: The legacies of 2 music legends
Both Tina Turner and Harry Belafonte leave behind adoring fans and communities that are forever changed by their legacies.

NEW YORK (WABC) -- On this episode of Here and Now, we take a closer look at how Tina Turner and Harry Belafonte impacted music and society.

Both Turner and Belafonte leave behind adoring fans and communities that are forever changed by their legacies.

Gina Belafonte, the singer and activist's daughter, gives us an inside look at growing up with a musician and social justice activist as her father.

Keith Wright, chair of the Manhattan Democratic Party, also weighs in on Belafonte.

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