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drdannetta: “…Besides, They’ll see how beautiful I am And be ashamed- I, too, am America.” Langston Hughes

florian14ww: Langston Hughes (Black Americans of Achievement) WITNMF1

BeineckeLibrary: Rent party cards from the Langston Hughes Papers

BeineckeLibrary: "My dear Mr. Hughes: I am the author of a three act dramatic play on Negro family life. I have tentatively chosen as a title for this work a line from one of your poems. The line is: 'a raisin in the sun.'" Lorraine Hansberry to Langston Hughes & his reply

ilovekholo: Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow - Langston Hughes

FelaRoss: My favorite poem is 'Dreams' by Langston Hughes.

ND_Italian: The Center for Italian Studies is pleased to host a lecture by Cristina Lombardi-Diop: "Translating Blackness in the Mediterranean: Langston Hughes in Fascist Italy". Monday 21, at 5pm, 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls! More info here:

magpiesentiment: I loved my friend. He went away from me. There is nothing more to say. The poem ends, Soft as it began, I loved my friend. - To F.S. by Langston Hughes

BeineckeLibrary: Nina Simone correspondence in the Langston Hughes Papers More:

BeineckeLibrary: Tired by Langston Hughes I am so tired of waiting, Aren’t you, For the world to become good And beautiful and kind? Let us take a knife And cut the world in two – And see what worms are eating At the rind. LH Papers

dawgs_today: Expect a few UGA Coaches to be at Lakewood tomorrow for the HUGE double header with Mill Creek-Milton and Langston Hughes-Rome. Lots of talent and UGA targets will be featured in these games.

JejagTirto: Vanguard College Prep vs Aspire Langston Hughes Academy ~ 2022 High School Basketball Watch Live Here :

BeineckeLibrary: African correspondence in the Langston Hughes Papers, 1,362 images total

esjeducation: “We Negroes in America do not have to be told what Fascism is in action,” said poet Langston Hughes in 1937 before a gathering of the Second International Writers Conference. “We know. Its theories of Nordic supremacy and economic suppression have long been realities to us.”

Valmhessays: Langston Hughes or Robert Frost

nigelwrites3: Mine is probably Langston Hughes

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poomreads: Harlem by Langston Hughes

BeineckeLibrary: Jacob Lawrence holiday cards in Langston Hughes Papers

MrUnique74: 5th grade..1985.. I performed a Langston Hughes poem for our literature club. I still have the award for participating in that show. No stranger to the stage or public speaking.

preciousnengak: Sometimes, the beauty of a poem is it's appearance on paper. Ocean Vuong is a god at that art. Here is a poem by Langston Hughes

magpiesentiment: I loved my friend. He went away from me. There is nothing more to say. The poem ends, Soft as it began, I loved my friend. - To F.S. by Langston Hughes

kelli66zkdk: Selected Poems of Langston Hughes (Vintage Classics) BAODUGL

Jalon85I: New World Maker: Radical Poetics, Black Internationalism, and the Translations of Langston Hughes (Volume 40) (FlashPoints) HE7TPQX

OTRHoops: Randy Latham's third quarter fueled a Langston Hughes win over Meadowcreek. The 6-foot-2 guard came out of the locker room from halftime and led his team to a 20 (+) point victory. STORY:

BeineckeLibrary: Gordon Parks photographs of Langston Hughes

BeineckeLibrary: Holiday card from Billie Holiday in the Langston Hughes Papers

BeineckeLibrary: American Heartbreak: 1619 from Langston Hughes Papers

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FinalThought: Langston Hughes holiday cheer for the win!!

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BkingJohn: VANDAAG 75 JAAR GELEDEN: 29/11/1947 Langston Hughes in The Chicago Defender: "My new love is Jamaica! She is dressed in green, and her face is as dark and as beautiful as any in the world"

BeineckeLibrary: Christmas cards made by Langston Hughes to send to friends, 1950 Related: Langston Hughes Holidays: Mondays at Beinecke, December 21, 2020

jasonintrator: European fascism, according to Langston Hughes in 1937, was “Jim Crow with a foreign accent.” This is a terrific piece.

Watch02Sport: Vanguard College Prep vs. Aspire Langston Hughes Academy | HS-Girl's Basketball Game ON :

RooneyWriting: Durham & Triangle friends! If you are free Dec 10 or 11, I really hope you can attend this free performance of Langston Hughes' Black Nativity in Concert (sponsored by The Justice Project) at the NC Museum of Art or Durham's Mt. Cavalry Church.

AndrianyRahmah: Vanguard College Prep vs Aspire Langston Hughes Academy High School Basketball Full Game HD Quality 2022 / 2023 Today's Live Here :

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BeineckeLibrary: Tired by Langston Hughes I am so tired of waiting, Aren’t you, For the world to become good And beautiful and kind? Let us take a knife And cut the world in two – And see what worms are eating At the rind. Langston Hughes Papers

rfdzw: Illustration by Cliff Roberts, from Langston Hughes’ First Book of Jazz, 1955.

Jeetstorms: 1. Some thoughts on Stanley Kubrick, Wacky Races, Rushdie, Langston Hughes & black conservatism

KeriDavids: If you’re not listening to jazz yet… “the rhythm of life is a jazz rhythm honey” - Langston Hughes

magpiesentiment: I loved my friend. He went away from me. There is nothing more to say. The poem ends, Soft as it began, I loved my friend. - To F.S. by Langston Hughes

suesswassersee: Monday is starting off mildly so far at work so i decided to do some reading and then i got stabbed directly in the heart by Langston Hughes Ouch, man.

MerrellBennekin: He began his art career illustrating album covers for Duke Ellington and book covers for Langston Hughes. During the Great Depression, Alston co-directed the Harlem Art Workshop where he was a mentor to Jacob Lawrence, among others.

romenewstribune: Football  

GeorgiaMaxPreps: Passing leaders through this week: Aaron Philo, Prince Avenue Christian (3911 yards/47 TD); Antwann Hill jr, Houston County (3663 yards/40 TD); Keegan Stover, Rabun County (3605 yards/41 TD); Prentiss air Noland, Langston Hughes (3590 yards/49 TD); Ben…

BelindaGreb: "Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby." Langston Hughes Rain on Me by Belinda Greb Photography

preciousnengak: Langston Hughes

161phi: Langston Hughes asked what happens to a dream deferred

LiyaTefferi: HIM ❥ ቀ.ኃ.ሥ. … And each man shares The strength derived from head held high… And holds his head, King of Kings… Our symbol of a dream That will not die.” Langston Hughes ❥ for HIM

The_CUCCriculum: Attention English III CP students-please see the link below for the short story we read in class today: Thank You Ma'am by Langston Hughes. I hope you enjoyed the story!

TimVerghese: 2024 Langston Hughes four-star QB Air Noland made his first trip to Texas A&M over the weekend and the Aggies didn’t disappoint He recaps the trip, his impression of Jimbo Fisher and where Texas A&M now stands in his recruitment STORY (On3+):

leftinthebay: 89 years ago, Nov 28 1933, 600 people rallied in Oakland in defense of Wiley Young, a Black communist who had been jailed the previous week for "disturbing the peace" after setting up a graphic display in defense of the Scottsboro Boys. Langston Hughes spoke at the rally

MisterSalesman: What were the framers of the Constitution-- George Washington, James Madison, Franklin, Jefferson, afraid of? Langston Hughes--- "Negroes,. Sweet and docile. Meek, humble, and kind: Beware the day; they change their mind." Wind. In the cotton fields.

_blackpoetics: Langston Hughes in Context, which I co-edited with Vera Kutzinski, is now available from Cambridge UP! There are terrific essays on Hughes' and his work's global circulation and literary afterlife. Check it out, if interested.

j_woods2: Highlights vs Langston Hughes 20/38 - 224 yds - 3 tds

PechayNiGail: Negroes - Sweet and docile, Meek, humble, and kind: Beware the day - They change their mind. -Langston Hughes RALPHGAIL LigayaNgIsatIsa

Thebossinme: Hold fast to dreams, For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird, That cannot fly. ― Langston Hughes

Alicia922629906: Langston Hughes: Jazz Poet of the Harlem Renaissance YY4ET1O

Alycia46Y: Langston Hughes Poet and Poem Study includes a Doodle Article and Poetry Analysis Activities DWKND7G

CMNArtsBoard: GREATTheatre presents Langston Hughes' BLACK NATIVITY December 9-18th!

IbsiNow: “Between 1928 and 1948, the Rosenwald Fund distributed millions of dollars in fellowship awards. Famous recipients include author W.E.B. Dubois, poet Langston Hughes, Historian John Hope Franklin and opera singer Marian Anderson.”

v_sn_: Langston Hughes by Marlene Dumas . .

mitchell56ogfun: New World Maker: Radical Poetics, Black Internationalism, and the Translations of Langston Hughes (Volume 40) (FlashPoints) 2GAS13E

andrewsuleh: “The sea is a desert of waves, A wilderness of water.” – Langston Hughes

DumisaniTemsgen: “Between 1928 and 1948, the Rosenwald Fund distributed millions of dollars in fellowship awards. Famous recipients include author W.E.B. Dubois, poet Langston Hughes, Historian John Hope Franklin and opera singer Marian Anderson.”

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SoloChills: Langston Hughes and Gordon Parks

Ivory25Y: Selected Poems of Langston Hughes: A Classic Collection of Poems by a Master of American Verse (Vintage Classics) AIS87QV

929TheGame: Langston Hughes Panthers continue to roll in GHSA 6A Playoffs

ArsEstHabitus: I catch the pattern Of your silence Before you speak I do not need To hear a word. In your silence Every tone I seek Is heard. Langston Hughes

magpiesentiment: I loved my friend. He went away from me. There is nothing more to say. The poem ends, Soft as it began, I loved my friend. - To F.S. by Langston Hughes

mcnamara1147: Langston Hughes, "Thanksgiving Time" (1921) WHEN the night winds whistle through the trees and blow the crisp brown leaves a-crackling down, When the autumn moon is big and yellow-orange and round, When old Jack Frost is sparkling on the ground, It's Thanksgiving time!

thisisSToneZ: Who writes blues like Langston Hughes

DianMahaffey: Enjoy. Final Curve by Langston Hughes:

C_2DA_J: Dawg Langston Hughes are avg 60 points a game in the playoffs !! Dawg they Dropped a 77 piece on someone !!

AssignmentsWhiz: First: Watch this video on "Langston Hughes and the Harlem Renaissance"     

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abdullaholism: What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun, or fester like a sore and then run? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load, or does it explode? - Langston Hughes, Jazz King of Harlem

abdullaholism: Beneath the tall tree, while night comes on gently, dark like me. Eddie quoting Langston Hughes - What Happened to Monday

magpiesentiment: I loved my friend. He went away from me. There is nothing more to say. The poem ends, Soft as it began, I loved my friend. - To F.S. by Langston Hughes

FikWilton97: The Life of Langston Hughes: Volume II: 1941-1967, I Dream a World (Life of Langston Hughes, 1941-1967 Book 2) KZWUVYJ

naspap3: Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly. Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow. — Langston Hughes

welfordwrites: An artist must be free to choose what he does, certainly, but he must also never be afraid to do what he might choose. Langston Hughes

nourahwonders: Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannot fly. Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow. -langston hughes

YuriKaoru_Chan: For example one famous poem by Langston Hughes Harlem is composed of a series of similes.

AFarrersports: The Rome Wolves will take on Langston Hughes in the Class AAAAAA Final Four at Lakewood Stadium as part of a TV doubleheader on Friday at Lakewood Stadium. Mill Creek and Milton (7A) at 5 p.m. Rome and Langston Hughes at 8 p.m.

Bperry149: “They used to call you Jawbone” -Langston Hughes

skiles69mcg: Langston Hughes (Black Americans of Achievement) YNZWOKH

grizzled_nomad: 26 November, Langston Hughes, "Brass Spitoons"

CoachKevinFost1: With 9:18 left in the 3rd quarter, Prentiss "Air" Nolan scores on an 8 yard run. The extra point attempt was good. Langston Hughes - 28 Woodward Academy - 21

CoachKevinFost1: With 6:47 left in the 3rd quarter, Jakail Middlebrooks scores on a 65 yard run. The extra point attempt was good. Langston Hughes - 35 Woodward Academy - 21

AFarrersports: And that will do it! Rome is headed to the Class AAAAAA Final Four! They defeat Marist 17-7. It is the Wolves first Final Four trip since 2018. They will visit the winner of Langston Hughes vs. Woodward Academy next Friday with a state championship berth on the line.

CoachKevinFost1: With 11:53 left in the 4th quarter, Jediyah "JD" Willoughby scores on a 10 yard run. The extra point attempt was good. Langston Hughes - 42 Woodward Academy - 21

CoachKevinFost1: With 7:14 left in the 4th quarter, Woodward Academy scores on a 5 yard pass. Langston Hughes - 42 Woodward Academy - 28

GeorgiaMaxPreps: Follow live score updates from the matchup between Langston Hughes and Woodward Academy:

CoachKevinFost1: With 5:09 left in the 4th quarter, Prentiss "Air" Nolan connects with Jediyah "JD" Willoughby on a 2 yard TD pass. The extra point attempt was good. Langston Hughes - 49 Woodward Academy - 28



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