Langston Hughes, a Harlem Renaissance poet, helped pave the way for African American writers to be heard in the 1900's with his first published book "The Weary Blues" which was published in 1926. This was yet another way that Modernist literature was creating a new atmosphere in American Society.

Black History Month resources for the classroom

Langston Hughes, a Harlem Renaissance poet, helped pave the way for African American writers to be heard in the 1900's with his first published book "The Weary Blues" which was published in 1926. This was yet another way that Modernist literature was creating a new atmosphere in American Society.

Writer and folklorist Zora Neale Hurston

17 Stunning Images of Black Women During the Harlem Renaissance Era

What Women Were Part of the Harlem Renaissance?: Zora Neale Hurston, photo portrait by Carl Van Vechten

Which Women Were Part of the Harlem Renaissance?

What Women Were Part of the Harlem Renaissance?: Zora Neale Hurston, photo portrait by Carl Van Vechten

20 Female Harlem Renaissance Writers

20 Female Harlem Renaissance Writers You Should Know

Women of the Harlem Renaissance

African American Women Dreaming in Color: The Harlem Renaissance

Word Karaoke | Academy of American Poets - using lyrics of their favorite songs as a spring board...

Word Karaoke | Academy of American Poets - using lyrics of their favorite songs as a spring board...

'Vintage Black Glamour' Exposes Little-Known Cultural History

'Vintage Black Glamour' Exposes Little-Known Cultural History

The first major movement of African-American literature! Langston Hughes [far left] with [left to right:] Charles S. Johnson, E. Franklin Frazier, Rudolph Fisher and Hubert T. Delaney, on a Harlem rooftop on the occasion of a party in Hughes' honor,

Langston Hughes, Harlem Renaissance Writer

Langston Hughes, Harlem Renaissance Writer (Paperback)

Langston Hughes, Harlem Renaissance Writer

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