Revisiting the Harlem Renaissance
Mr. Hughes was born in Lawrence, Kansas.
In a session of the Langston Hughes Centennial Symposium, panelists described the Harlem Renaissance writers, primarily Langston Hughes and… read more
In a session of the Langston Hughes Centennial Symposium, panelists described the Harlem Renaissance writers, primarily Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston. They focused on the political and social climate at the time and the manner in which Mr. Hughes and Ms. Hurston were successful in defining the social movement. After their presentations, the panelists answered questions.
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