Videos.

1) A 1932 professionally made film about Camp Kinderland.
     Photography by L. Siminoff & Leo Seltzer of the Workers' Film &
     Photo league of New York and Los Angeles
    (About 15 minutes.)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3ayuSgWSWI

2) This Land is Your Land in Yiddish.(About 5 minutes.)
    https://savethemusic.com/video/this-land-is-your-land-in-yiddish/

4) A Hard Day's Night in Yiddish, Gerry Tenney (staff in the early 60s) (About 2 minutes.)
    http://www.kinderland.org/campkinderland/videos/beatlesharddaysnight.mp4

5) Every once in a while some of the songs that we all love gets attention on a popular show on a major network.
    It's nice to have two of our songs so recognized.
     A) Dark as a Dungeon (About 1 minute.)
         http://www.kinderland.org/campkinderland/videos/sheldondarkasaadungeon.mp4

     B) Old Man River (About 1 minute.)
         http://www.kinderland.org/campkinderland/videos/raymondoldmanriver.mp4

6) Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg mentions "The Ballad For Americans" on the Charley Rose (Boo) show. (About 30 seconds.)
     http://www.kinderland.org/campkinderland/videos/ginsberg.mp4

7) The truth about Henry Hudson from the song "Listen Mr. Bilbo."

The Robeson Collection

1) This link is to a portion of the 2012 Black Image Awards in which Harry Belafonte is awarded
    the NAACP's Spingarm metal. During his acceptance Belafonte speaks of Paul Robeson. (About 15 minutes.)
    http://www.kinderland.org/campkinderland/videos/belafontespingarm.mp4

2) At the 2015 Academy Awards Harry Belafonte quotes Paul Robeson,
      listen carefully when he begins to speak. (About 2 minutes.).
      http://www.kinderland.org/campkinderland/videos/belafonte2015academyawards.mp4

3) Paul Robeson is profiled on the PBS show:
      The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: 1940-1968,
      a program with Henry Louis Gates. (About 3 minutes.)
      (Gates is best known for being arrested for "breaking into" his own home.)
      http://www.kinderland.org/campkinderland/videos/robesonmanyriverstocross.mp4

4) Paul Robeson: Here I Stand Documentary (About 2 hours.)
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUki-v-NvoE

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