langston hughes

Rachel Dolezal, appropriator of Black womanhood, reportedly plans to name her unborn sonLangston Hughes, reports the New York Daily News. Over the summer, a television news station exposed Dolezal as the daughter of a White couplein a story that went viral. Later, she resigned under fire as president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP after critics […]

Charles Henry “Spinky” Alston was a black artist of the Harlem Renaissance. It was “Spinky” Alston who designed the album covers for jazz musician Duke…

Being a self-proclaimed in-the-shower, driving-in-the-car, riding-in-the-elevator singing sensation; Black Nativity is the perfect film for a person who always seems to have a song in…

“Black Like Me” is a non-fiction book by white journalist John Howard Griffin first published in 1961. The title of the book is taken from…

James Langston Hughes was born February 1, 1902, in Joplin, Missouri, but would make his mark in New York City as one of the key voices of the Harlem Renaissance.