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Monday, December 7, 1987 at 8 PM

Carnegie Hall

Presenter : Ken Kragen

Bill Ayres, speaker

Harry Belafonte, vocalist

Pat Benatar, vocalist

Oscar Brand, vocalist

Kenneth Burke, speaker

Buskin and Batteau, duo

James Chapin, speaker

Stephen Chapin, vocalist

Tom Chapin, vocalist

Children To Children Choir, choir

Judy Collins, vocalist

Paulo Manso de Sousa, dancer

Byron Dorgan, speaker

Howard Fields, speaker

Pete Fornatale, speaker

Benjamin Gilman, speaker

Morton Gould, conductor

Dolores Hall, vocalist

Tom Harkin, speaker

Richie Havens, vocalist

Jac Holzman, speaker

The Hooters, rock band

Christopher Keene, conductor

Terri Klausner, vocalist

Ken Kragen, speaker

Patrick Leahy, speaker

Long Island Philharmonic: Members, orchestra

Dave Marsh, speaker

Bob McGrath, vocalist

Ralph Nader, speaker

Graham Nash, vocalist

Peter, Paul and Mary, folk ensemble

Kenny Rogers, vocalist

Pete Seeger, vocalist

Paul Simon, vocalist

Smothers Brothers, folk ensemble

Bruce Springsteen, vocalist

Marcia Sussman, dancer

Edward Villella, speaker

John Wallace, vocalist


An Introduction to the Evening by Harry Belafonte

"Circle" performed by Pete Seeger, Oscar Brand, Tom and Steve Chapin

Audio Visual Presentation: Legacy

Remarks by Jac Holzman of Elektra Records

"Taxi" performed by Tom and Steve Chapin and John Wallace

"Six String Orchestra" performed by The Smothers Brothers

Remarks by Christpher Keene of the LI Philharmonic

"Sandy" performed by Graham Nash

Remarks by Pete Fornatele

"WOLD" performed by Richie Havens w/Tom and Steve Chapin

Remarks by Dave Marsh author and music critic

"If I Had A Hammer" performed by Pete Seeger

Remarks by Ralph Nader

"America" performed by Paul Simon

"When I Look Up" performed by Delores Hall


Reflections by Harry Belafonte

"Flowers are Red" performed by Bob Mcgrath and the Children to Children Choir

"Tangled Up Puppet" performed by Terri Klausner

Remarks by Tom Chapin & Kenneth Burke

"One Light In A Dark Valley" performed by The Hooters

"Cats In The Cradle" performed by Judy Collins

Remarks by Edward Vilella

"She Sings Songs Without Words" sung by David Buskin and Robin Batteau, danced by Marcia Sussman and Paulo Manso de Sousa, members of The Miami Ballet and Choreographed by Edward Vilella

"Shooting Star" performed by Pat Benatar

Audio Visual presentation on World Hunger Year

Remarks By Bill Ayres, World Hunger Year

Hunger in the Media Award Presentation, Kenny Rogers

"There But For Fortune" performed by Peter, Paul, and Mary

Remarks by Ken Kragen, USA for Africa/ Hands Across America

"Last Stand" performed by John Wallace

Remarks by James Chapin

The Presentation of the Special Congressional Gold Medal by Senators Patrick Leahy and Thomas Harkin and Representatives Byron Dorgan and Benjamin Gilman, Josh Chapin accepting

"Remember When The Music" Bruce Springsteen

ASCAP Harry Chapin citizen award, presented by Moton Gould

"Circle" Final