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Published in : 2013-10-10 | by Poetry Reading Live
The Negro Speaks of Rivers by LANGSTON HUGHES I've known rivers: I've known rivers ancient as the world and older than the flow of human blood in human ...
Published in : 2008-01-20 | by Michael Lauria
Langston Hughes reading his poem I, Too and verbalizing his thoughts about it.
Published in : 2016-10-23 | by Charles Belfor
A poem by Langston Hughes (1902-1967). First publication in Esquire and in the International Worker Order pamphlet "A New Song" (1938). Music & Recitation ...
Published in : 2014-06-05 | by CrashCourse
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Published in : 2017-02-13 | by Nalyd Llewop
No copyright of music or narration intended. This is for a school project. Narration by Viola Davis. Music by the secession. Link to original video: ...
Published in : 2017-02-05 | by Jay Gartland
Make AMERICA Again”: A Video Op-Ed by Jay Gartland. This Op-Ed celebrates Langston Hughes' iconic poem, "Let America Be America Again,” by situating it ...
Published in : 2014-02-04 | by Biography
Langston Hughes was the leading voice of the Harlem Renaissance, whose poetry showcased the dignity and beauty in ordinary black life. The hours he spent ...
Published in : 2012-03-09 | by Pearls Of Wisdom
The Blues -- A poem by Langston Hughes. About the poet -- James Mercer Langston Hughes (1902 -- 1967) was an American poet, social activist,...