#cyberpeacefare #PBS TV Pete Seeger Documentary

Just finished watching PBS TV "Power of Song" Pete Seeger Documentary !

Well titled documentary - Legendary-Courageous  Folk Artist - Peace Activist.

"Peace :- singing right song is a way to start - there is hope for the world-participation that's what going to save human peace"/Pete Seeger

Some of the songs sung:

Turn ! Turn Turn !

If I Had a Hammer

We Shall Overcome

Where Have All the Flowers Gone ?

This Little Light of Mine

Little Boxes


Thanks Pete !  for your courageous - unwavering advocacy for world peace ! RIP 5/3/1919 - 1/27/2014


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