Black Excellence: Here’s What You Missed At Harry Belafonte’s ‘Many Rivers To Cross’ Festival

- By Bossip Staff


John Legend, Common, Rosario Dawson, Danny Glover & Other Celebs Attend The Many Rivers Festival

Over the weekend a bevy of celebs flooded Chattahoochee Hills, GA for the first annual Many Rivers To Cross festival.

The two-day brain child of Harry Belafonte and his, was a social justice infused Woodstock featuring green space, high temps and celebrities speaking on issues ranging from police brutality to domestic violence.

Behind the scenes Belafonte was joined by Jesse Williams who spoke with journalists…

as well as Michael B. Jordan.

On the main stage Ty Dolla $ign showed off his artistry with his guitar…

before Danny Glover, Michael K. Williams, Wanda Sykes and Hill Harper introduced a social injustice set.

Other attendees included Rosario Dawson..


and songstress Alice Smith.


Common and John Legend also performed their hit “Glory”…


before John did a solo performance of Bruce Springsteen’s“American Skin” in remembrance of Trayvon Martin.


Organizer Harry Belafonte also hit the stage himself to sing for the first time in over a decade.


Black excellence was abundant, and Goapele raised a black power fist as an image of Colin Kaepernick flashed on the screen.


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