Barbara Hendricks lends her operatic voice to the refugee crisis

She is one of the world's leading opera singers and a best-selling recording artist, whose repertory ranges from Mozart to Duke Ellington to Disney. She is also a human rights campaigner working to give a voice to refugees and the longest-standing United Nations goodwill ambassador. Barbara Hendricks speaks to Eve Jackson about her new album "Blues everywhere I go", growing up in segregated America and Europe’s refugee crisis.