Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Poets & Writers' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Langston Hughes was highly popular in February last year.

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[...] it through me! Because I was teaching it! I was teaching Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes And so I would tell him, “Richard man, you know…the stuff you’re doing is what black [...]

wineandbowties.com

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Exhibition: ‘Gay Gotham: Art and Underground Culture in New York’ at the Museum of the City of New York, New York City P...

[...] correspondence in the City Museum’s collection range from Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes to writer Zelda Fitzgerald (wife of F. Scott), and playwright Eugene O’Neill. Around [...]

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The Powerful 1940 Map That Depicts America as a Nation of Immigrants

[...] leaves no space for Native American populations. This aspect of the map compelled the poet Langston Hughes to annotate his copy with a burning cross and a reference to the Ku Klux Klan near the cotton [...]

therockandrolltimes.com

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[...] Russian privileges in China as a violation of the “open door policy.” 1902 Birth of Langston Hughes, African-American poet 1909 U.S. troops leave Cuba after installing Jose Miguel Gomez [...]

oc-breeze.com

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How Berkeley In The Sixties Helped Richard Pryor Find His Voice

[...] it through me! Because I was teaching it! I was teaching Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes And so I would tell him, “Richard man, you know…the stuff you’re doing is what black [...]

wineandbowties.com

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Text of Greitens inauguration speech: I come as an outsider to do the people's work

[...] man had no rights that a white man need respect—and it was a son of Missouri, a poet named Langston Hughes, who delivered the best answer to Dred Scott’s unjust judges, when he said: “I, too, am [...]

rturner229.blogspot.com

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2016 and a tale of two Americas

[...] year of hope and horror with the words of the great poet of the Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes. In 1935, amid the labor and socialist radicalization of the Great Depression, Hughes [...]

shirazsocialist.wordpress.com

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Remembering Richard

Remembering Richard

[...] it through me! Because I was teaching it! I was teaching Zora Neale Hurston and Langston Hughes And so I would tell him, “Richard man, you know…the stuff you’re doing is what black [...]

wineandbowties.com

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Civics Lessons From the 2016 Election

[...] : An English teacher at a performing-arts high school, Tuttle handed her students the Langston Hughes poem “Let America Be America Again.” The class had been talking about how communities [...]

theatlantic.com

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Government Is Not Your God

[...] would be no Virginia Woolf. There would also be no Sufjan Stevens, no Janis Joplin, no Langston Hughes, no Herman Melville. If everyone gave up hope, quit striving, and simply moped about [...]

goodmenproject.com

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Art Basel at The Betsy 2016

[...] shaped Miami literature to include diverse, historic, and contemporary voices, such as Langston Hughes, Donald Justice, Mohamed Ali, Campbell McGrath, Julie Marie Wade, and Hyam Plutzik, the [...]

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