FILE - In this June 8, 2009, file photo provided by WHY (World Hunger Year), Grammy Award winning musician Wyclef Jean, right, puts his arm around Harry Belafonte, left, before being presented with the ASCAP- Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award at WHY's annual gala in New York. Chapin has been gone now nearly as long as he lived. WhyHunger is a charity Chapin co-founded as ‘‘World Hunger Year” in the 1970s. Belafonte, a previous recipient of the award, said Belafonte says Chapin’s social conscience came through not only in the lyrics of his songs, but in his actions offstage. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson, WHY, File)

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FILE - In this June 8, 2009, file photo provided by WHY (World Hunger Year), Grammy Award winning musician Wyclef Jean, right, puts his arm around Harry Belafonte, left, before being presented with the ASCAP- Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award at WHY's annual gala in New York. Chapin has been gone now nearly as long as he lived. WhyHunger is a charity Chapin co-founded as ‘‘World Hunger Year” in the 1970s.  Belafonte, a previous recipient of the award, said Belafonte says Chapin’s social conscience came through not only in the lyrics of his songs, but in his actions offstage. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson, WHY, File)
FILE - In this June 8, 2009, file photo provided by WHY (World Hunger Year), Grammy Award winning musician Wyclef Jean, right, puts his arm around Harry Belafonte, left, before being presented with the ASCAP- Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award at WHY's annual gala in New York. Chapin has been gone now nearly as long as he lived. WhyHunger is a charity Chapin co-founded as ‘‘World Hunger Year” in the 1970s. Belafonte, a previous recipient of the award, said Belafonte says Chapin’s social conscience came through not only in the lyrics of his songs, but in his actions offstage. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson, WHY, File)
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