Maya Angelou & Langston Hughes
Maya Angelou (born Marguerite Ann Johnson; April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) was an American author and poet. James Mercer Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 – May 22, 1967) was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist./5
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The late Amiri Baraka dancing with Maya Angelou over the ashes of Langston Hughes at the Schomburg in Harlem
I love Langston Hughes, Nikki Giovanni, Phyllis Wheatley, Maya Angelou. All of them just make me so happy.
Im really thankful now my Gma made me learn Gill Scott-heron, Maya Angelou , Langston Hughes etc work.. Hated it then tho.
I love this photo of grandpa Amiri Baraka and Maya Angelou dancing over the ashes of Langston Hughes...RIP ❤️
Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes. “Hold fast to dreams, For if dreams die, Life is a broken-winged b
RE: Ferguson, Missouri. United States of America Greetings Brothers & Sisters, What you see happening in Ferguson today is the result of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome. I suggest you read the book, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome by Dr. Joy DeGruy and also watch the movie Hidden Colors 3. For my European American brothers and sisters, this may be difficult for you to understand but it's important for us all to know the truth. For the truth shall set us all free. In my book, the Roots of San Diego, I will address the racism that I grew up with in my conservative home town. It is a miracle that i'm still here today! It's all thanks to the spirit of our Ancestors, who guide us, like Martin Luther King Jr. - Malcolm X - Marcus Garvey - Haile Selassie - Peter Tosh - Paul Robeson - Louis Armstrong - James Baldwin - Bob Marley - Langston Hughes - Fanny Lou Hammer - Shirley Chisholm - Rosa Parks - Maya Angelou - Harriet Tubman - Josephine Baker - Audre Lorde - Sojourner Truth just to name a few. Also thanks to the l ...
Almost done with "The Mysterious Benedict Society" for 7 y/o & our 5 year requested poetry "Oh How Sylvester Can Pester". Need to find copy of Poetry Speaks to Children. It has works from artist like Langston Hughes; Sonia Sanchez; Nikki Giovanni; Roald Dahl; J. R. R. Tolkien; Robert Frost; Gwendolyn Brooks; Ogden Nash. Has anyone read from Life Doesn't Frighten Me by Maya Angelou ? I think this will be a good intro for my little ones to Dr. Angelou.
Maya Angelou and Amiri Baraka. . 1991. At the funeral of the late great Langston Hughes, celebrating his life.
A TRIBUTE TO MAYA ANGELOU-- My words (Charlene Henry Kenon): I have always loved writing, poems to be specific. I love words and what they do to us. I get this high just reading statements, words that make me go "wow." It is like partaking of a favorite dish. People like Maya loved words, life and found a "write" in everything. A mentor she is and was. She received some of my words once, and what a schedule she had. She was to get back with me so her assistant said. I came this close.but time never presented itself. There are/were many that we are so gifted to have their words: James Baldwin, Emily Dickinson, Langston Hughes, Edgar Poe, Paul Dunbar, Alice Walker, Robert Frost, Toni Morrison, and others. Writing is the thing we do when words of mouth flee. I am sharing some of Maya's here. She will be missed. _ I don't know how much longer I'll be around. I'll probably be writing when the Lord says, 'Maya, Maya Angelou, it's time.' To take a few nouns, and a few pronouns, and adverbs and adjec ...
Just because I am black doesnt mean Maya Angelou is automatically my favorite poet or even Langston Hughes. She was extremely amazing and I hope she rest in peace. I am more of a Edgar Allan Poe girl but half of ya'll wouldnt know who that was.
I hope every young persons research Maya Angelou. Read some of her work. Her books, poems. They will see life in a different manner. See you don't have to be perfect to be someone special. I remember in school they made us read poems, spoken words. Books by Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes and Edgar Allan Poe. It made the mind think.
One of my greatest moments in life was to sit at the feet and in the presence of Dr. Maya Angelou!! I often use her profound words from her books and poetry in speeches that I have made!! I have enriched my thinking by reading her work, such as "I know Why the Cage Bird Sings," "Phenomenal Woman," "A Brave and Startling Truth," "Million Man March Poem," "Just Give Me A Cool Drink of Water 'Fore I Diiie," "President Clinton's Inaugural Poem," and so many more!! Long lives her memory as an civil rights activist, poet, Author, scholar, humanitarian...! Ain't Dr. Maya (Marguerite Ann Johnson) Angelou a woman!!! For those of us who read, it is my opinion, that her writing and work ranks with that of William Shakespeare, Langston Hughes, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Frost, Nikki Giovanni, Ernest Hemingway, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Emily Dickerson, and so many other of my favorites! Hail to the Queen and the fairest of them ALL!!
With every generation springs those with a gift to inspire countless others. Maya Angelou was one of those people. Now she joins the ancestral plane of many great writers from James Baldwin, Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, James Weldon Johnson, Countee Cullen, Claude McKay, Gwendolyn Brooks, Alice Dunbar Nelson, and Kurt Vonnegut to Gil Scott-Heron. May she rest in peace, and may her words continue to help us be a rainbow in someone else's cloud.
RIP Maya Angelou. You were a huge influence in my poetry. You, Langston Hughes and Edgar Allan Poe. Were very large influences in my poetry.
On the last day of Black History Month, as a poet, I speak the names of poets who have inspired my work and whose shoulders I stand: Phillis Wheatley, Audre Lorde, Paul Laurence Dunbar, James Weldon Johnson, Countee Cullen, Arna Bontemps, Gwendolyn Brooks, Nikki Giovanni, Maya Angelou,Imamu Asa Baraka, and Langston Hughes! Your words continue to inspire me to challenge thought, to change minds and to speak truth to power! ASE!
The good thing of going to DC Public Schools is that we had Black History YEAR. My father would say, "Don't you know a writer other than Langston Hughes?" I said, "Of course . Maya Angelou, Ralph Ellison, Richard Wright, James Baldwin, W.E.B. duBois, Gwendolyn Brooks, Toni Morrison, Zora Neale Hurston, Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass did a lot of writings. Maybe even George Washington Carver, the guy who invented the peanut."
The majestic Maya Angelou, whom I met in Atlanta years ago, once remarked, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Sadly, this agony was once common to millions of African-Americans, whose stories often went untold or unheard, let alone published and read by the world. Nevertheless, many inspiring and irreplaceable voices heroically surfaced over the years. They belong in the canon of great American authors not solely because of their race, but because they deftly address the perennial concerns of all humanity. It’s Black History Month, in case you forgot. In that spirit, here are ten African-American authors whose works should rest prominently on every educated American’s bookshelf (or Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, or Apple iPad). Moreover, please consider these authors as you search for timeless wisdom and spiritual nuggets via the printed page. 1. Langston Hughes was an American poet, novelist and playwright. He is best known for his work during the 1920s Ha ...
FYI, family: Your big Brothers, along w/our Haiti chocolate and vanilla agriculture project partners, De La Sol Haiti, won a rare honor/award for said work over the weekend on Langston Hughes birthday (Saturday)! The Global Ties U.S. (formerly the National Council for International Visitors), an organization in partnership with the U.S. State Department's international exchange program (IVLP), bestowed upon us the honor of the 2014 Citizen Diplomat award. It's their highest honor and has only been awarded 9 times since its inception back in 1987 w/Senator J. William Fulbright (of the Fulbright Scholars fame) being the first recipient. We're humbled to share this distinction with a literary "shero" of TB's, the legendary Maya Angelou who received this same honor back in 1993! Learn more about the honor, Global Ties U.S., and the TB/DLSH Haiti work below: pics: First photo: The Taharka Brothers crew (we're the tall Black cats w/the white Brother) w/De La Sol's Anne and Stephanie Reynolds (the two white sist ...
READ, READ, READ. (Not just FB posts, but real books) AUTHORS can act as Mentors for your life if you let them. So open up a book written by: Dr. Joe Vitale, Jim Rohn, Alice Walker, Stephen Covey, Jack Canfield, Toni Morrison, Zig Ziglar, Gary Chapman, Brian Tracy, W.E B Du Bois, Napoleon Hill, Earl Nightingale, Dennis Kimbro, Wayne Dyer, Joel Osteen, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, John Maxwell, Alex Haley, Dr. Suess, Booker T. Washington, Richard Wright or someone in the field of your passion. You will see your life upgraded by the time you finish the book. How long that takes is up to you. YOU Hold The Key to your own destiny since the information you NEED is already shared and explained for you in detail. Understand that they may have lived a lifetime and placed that wisdom in a book for you to not have to waste anymore time of your own. Just open up a book, read and see...
I used to read poetry, some poems are really good. Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, Pablo Neruda, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Frost etc. Powerful!
If I could spend an hour chatting with any writer it would be Maya Angelou or Langston Hughes and possibly TD Jakes.
For a white girl I quote Langston Hughes and Maya Angelou too often...
Your dreams are my reality from Martin Luther King i had a dream makin all our black kin free Rosa Parks not giving up her seat Jackie Robinson hitting home run 3 makin history this place for you and me Maya Angelou why the caged bird sings Langston Hughes and poetry freedom speak no slavery dreams are now reality one step for you one for me~Kenya Kenya S Grissett
Peace, This is a Black History Month round-up of the last programs scheduled and a quick preview of a few more programs moving into the Spring season. POETRY IN THE PARK – MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25th – ALL OPEN MIC – Black History POETIC EXPERIENCE Monday, February 25th of Poetry in the Park is featuring an all open mic Black History Poetic Experience. In this segment of the series we ask poets to come celebrate Black History Month by sharing some of your favorite poems about Black History and Culture - a word of history, or two poems from well known/unknown sources – Arna Bontemps, Nikki Giovanni, Sonia Sanchez, Amiri Baraka, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, Gwendolyn Brooks, Ishmael Reed, Yusef Komuyakaa, Jessie Redmon Fauset, and more. For the open mic, poems can be original work or from your favorite, well know or lesser known poets. Subject matter can be happy, sad, light, dark, inspirational, love story, political but NO PROFANITY. During inclement weather dates (and the entire Fall ...
This past Sunday, The Ensemble Theatre produced a play that I wrote called, "The Road to A Dream." It was my first play ever chosen and produced by a major theatre. It's a great play about the journey a young girl takes through history, and the influential African-Americans she runs into along the way. Some of our greats like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers, and Langston Hughes. Post production pics are coming soon! If you or anyone you know would be interested in reading and/or producing "The Road to A Dream" for your theatre, church, or event, the script is available for download at www.iamjoep.com. This isn't a play only for Black History Month. Remnants of our Past should be acknowledged, remembered and passed down, as often as we can. You can contact me via the website or at infofor producing rights. "Educating through the Arts"
I'm just wondering but when people post Black History facts and what not.. Why do they post the mainstream facts.. The facts that are posted every year about the same people. Everyone know who Martin Luther King Jr is and what he did, but what about Bayard Rustin and his role in the struggle. Everyone knows Ida B. Wells, Frederick Douglas and Madam CJ Walkers story, but who knows the story of Alfred L. Cralle, Huey P. Newton, John Hope, or Otis Boykin,?? We've read and focused on the authors like Langston Hughes, Toni Morrison, James Baldwin and Maya Angelou, but what about Sterling A. Brown, Charles W. Chesnutt, Joseph S. Cotter Sr. or even Paul L. Dunbar. Lets note that there are more achievers than those publicized by mainstream media and elementary school books.
So in English class, I teach the works of Gwendolyn Brooks, Langston Hughes, Malcolm X (with Alex Haley), Dr. King, and Maya Angelou. We briefly touch on Toni Morrison and Zora Neale Hurston. We analyze and discuss the social and historical impacts of the musical works of B.B. King, Billie Holiday, and Louis Armstrong. We discuss the impacts (and potential stereotypes) of famous members of "modern" contemporary visual media such as Wesley Snipes, Omar Epps, Tyler Perry, Bill Cosby, Katt Williams (cleaned up, of course), and Chris Rock. History and government classes discuss in detail the impacts of Rev. Jackson, Dr. King, President Obama, Colin Powell, Dr. Condoleeza Rice, Malcolm X, and Justice Clarence Thomas. History and science classes discuss the works and impacts of Benjamin Banneker, Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, George Washington Carver, and Benjamin Bradley. And nearly all classes touch repeatedly on slavery, the Civil War, and the civil rights movement in some way. And this is the absolute minimum t ...
I mean I have moods where I just want to read so Maya Angelou or Langston Hughes and ponder.
Celebrate Black History There is a story of one man’s son who died fighting the Taliban in Eastern Afghanistan. When asked how he felt about his son’s death, the man said with tears in his eyes “If we are going to enjoy our liberty in this country, I guess I have to be willing to let go of my son so that all of us can be free. This month of February is the month this nation celebrates our heritage. February is the month where we identify many great Black Americans who have given up their freedom, their independence and their privileges so others can have them. Please don’t let their sacrifices be in vain. Talk to your children about Louis Armstrong, Booker T. Washington, Thurgood Marshall, Barbara Jordan, Langston Hughes, Jesse Jackson, Ella Fitzgerald, Charles Drew, Jesse Owen, Maya Angelou, Alex Haley, Colin Powell, Sidney Poitier, Oprah Winfrey, Jackie Robinson, Madame C.J. Walker, Vanessa Williams and Mary McLeod Bethune. Use this month to educate your children and give them insight as to why ...
This Black History Month lets teach the children some Black History instead of how to TWERK so that they can take pride in their culture!!! Parents you lost?? Here Ill help you out... for each day of the month pick a person & just talk to your child about their contributions or what role they played in making Black History...still need some help? Come on there are so many you can talk about & just to name a few starting with our President Barack Obama, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Langston Hughes, Grace Bumbry, Derek Walcott, Henry Tanner, General Colin Powell, Sidney Poitier, Toni Morrison, Les McCan, B.B King, Quincy Jones, Billy Holiday, William Edward Du Dois, Anthony Davis, Willie Lewis Brown Jr, James Booker, Marian Anderson, Maya Angelou, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Rosa Parks, Joe Louis, Mike Tyson, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, George Washington Carver, Madam CJ Walker & the list goes on.so instead of the litte girls growing up saying they wanna be like Nicki Minaj they might start thinking more of bein ...
Poetry by Langston Hughes, Alice Walker, Maya Angelou, and others in a book just for kids
I Thank the Lord for giving me the strength to carry on, I thank Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Ralph Ellison, Maya Angelou, Zora Neale Hurston, Duke Ellington, Lena Horne, Nina Simone, James Baldwin, Angela Davis, Michelle Alexander, James Brown Earth, Wind and Fire, Langston Hughes, My Father John Mckinley, and all the other examples of shining lights, that are my true hero's and Happy Birthday Celebration on Martin Luther King Day!!
Maya Angelou and Amiri Baraka dancing an ancient african ritual atop of Langston Hughes' ashes. And I welled up w tears as the sun rose.
Amiri Baraka and Maya Angelou dancing on ashes of Langston Hughes buried under Artwork in atrium of...
I delivered lots of books to Corovode's high school this week and the selection is so great! I am so grateful for all the books I've received so far, and the vice director of the school was very appreciative for such an amazing donation! Let's keep it up! If you are a poetry fan, there are three books on the list from some of our favorite poets! Pablo Neruda, Langston Hughes, and Maya Angelou's works would make an excellent addition to our high school here, sharing their unique perspectives and beautiful poetic skill. If you are interested, search Kaylie Cordingley under Amazon Wish Lists and check it al! Stay warm!
Letter racist, You try everything in your power to make me feel less than a human...ok you hate the color of my skin.. But what have I done that makes you so angry. Oh I see...you are afraid.. you are so scared because you know I have so much power...I am powerful enough to lead millions of people like Martin Jr and Nelson Mandela.. I'm powerful enough to inspire millions with my words like Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes...and I HAVE the power to run a country like President Obama!! You dont only hate the color of my skin...you hate that you are afraid of me. You are afraid of who I can be. Sincerely, A powerful individual
Two literary greats Dr. Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes. I can only imagine the conversations!
I aspire to be a great poet... Langston Hughes... Paul Laurence Dunbar... Maya Angelou... And TuPac Shakur are my idols
Trying to get my writing game up... Taking it back to the foundation.. What do y'all know about W.E.B Du Bois, Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, and Robert Frost.
These are a few of my favorite things Kenny G's "Songbird" The color Pink Fried Fish and French Fries on a Friday or Saturday night Reading quotes by Confucius "A Poison Tree" Poem by William Blake Poems , Poetry and or Prose by Dylan Thomas, Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes, James Kavanaugh, William Blake, Lord Byron.. et al Listening to 80's pop and alternative/house music Madonna's "Get Into the Groove" Wearing my Pink skinny jeans.. bliss bliss bliss Listening to my 16yr. old daughter chat it up with her friends Big Peach Soda Watching the 80's movie "Sixteen Candles" with my 16 yr. old Listening to Jem's theme song Oriental Hotel by Janet Tanner.. over 500 pages this one Things about Me I was born on my brother's and a member of the british royal family's birthday I graduated high school with my V card still securely tucked away in its wallet I have never had the pleasure of meeting my paternal grandfather and grandmother One of the most unnerving moments of my life was trying out for JV cheerleader in ...
I needed a vacation so I hide inside my mind wondering what a beautiful place to be seeing and understanding what a mind show really be… As I explored my mind I found books by James Baldwin, Richard Wright, Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou just to name a few. No wait, there more in this mind of mine “The Bible”, “The Art of War,” “Color Purple,” “I am nobody’s boy.” I was on an emotional wave shocked at my own mental capacity; I know that everyone in this world has a choice to be educated and free. I always want to write, so much that every time I put out a new book I cry. No is not crazy its call passion when you want something so bad you feel like you dying inside. See, this isn’t about money for me writing is rooted deep within the fragment of my mind. I just want to see the world change one book at time. Glad I took the time to take this small vacation sometime we all next to relax. So the next you free and want to get away. Explore your mind you m ...
Im creative like Andy Warhol. In the walls of my mind,you see Vincent Van Gogh. My Poetry is beautiful like Marylin Monroe. My thoughts is like Louisiana's finest Louis Armstrong though. My hand is Maya Angelou 's soul. My eyes are Langston Hughes for vision to see what I know. My rhymes are everywhere like Dr.Suess on the go. So take journey through my mind,body,soul Maniac McGee The Poet as you know. -Derrell aka Maniac McGee The Poet
Aspiring Minds School of the Arts now offer Poetry Writing Classes class instructor "Play Writer and Spoken Word Artist Cassandra Powell: Poetry/Creative Writing Class Goal: The goal of the class is to create an innovative learning experience for students interested in poetry/spoken word, play writing, and other literary works. The class will help students enhance their verbal and writing skills with creative projects and exercises. The underlying goal of the class is to provide students with an in-depth understanding of the role of writing in the arts and prepare them with the skills necessary to pursue their artistic endeavors. Poetry: The class will explore the works of classic, renowned poets/writers including Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes and Nikki Giovanni. This will provide the students with a foundation to build their poetry/spoken word skills. Students will present their poetry in front of other peers for constructive criticism. Also, students will perform their poetry at community events, s ...
'I was Langston Hughes, she was Maya Angelou. Poetry in motion, love was so beautiful' Better Place - Ese Peters/Kahli Abdu
Maya Angelou wrote: In my cover photograph, Langston Hughes has come to hear me sing at a venue in California. From the 40's through the 60's he was called the "People's Poet". Years later people would call me the same. I am eternally grateful to capture our lives poetically.
Gwendolyn Brooks, Maya Angelou, Nikki Giovani, James Baldwin, Langston Hughes :: _who in our generation?
Yeats, always a solid choice. Langston Hughes and Maya Angelou are also candidates.
By the end of this year when I finish my all my poems I gonna get it published and become an author like Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes.
If someone buys me a collection of Langston Hughes pieces or Maya Angelou for my birthday . I will forever love you
I'm a fan of: Bulls or Pacers Is my favorite color : red or purple Both talents are: playing hockey and soccer or skateboarding and poetry What fav poet: Maya Angelou or Langston Hughes What my motto: yolo or thinking beyond the past and live for the future. What famous person has the same birthday of May 12: Brandon Boyd or Tony Hawk You guess? Comment
Before one of my friends leaves. I have to say that from time to time I am thankful that we were in eachothers lives for the time we shared. I she would drag me to Uphams Corner library from the time we were allowed to make the trip alone. Through that I learned of Maya Angelou, and Toni Morrison. But still chose Langston Hughes, Alice Walker, Countee Cullen and the like. And we wwere yet in early elementary school. For the times we would go to to Humphreys Place and put on plays being actors writers and directors. For the times we agreed to disagree I will forever thank God for. For they shaped my life and the person who I am coming to be.
Today is Tribute Thursday's on www.versatilepoetry.com Poetry Videos from the ones that paved the way for us as Poets and spoken word artist. Langston Hughes, Phillis Wheatley, Maya Angelou etc. We appreciate you!!!
Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes. Priceless. Can't find year or location. Anybody know?
I was mentoring the other day and the kids had no idea who Maya Angelou or Langston Hughes was..what are they teaching?
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"Man, listen.. I got soo much Ambition I cud out-write Maya Angelou & Langston Hughes, with BOTH my hands missin!" - Carti
~ I also love Robert Frost & Maya Angelou. And I learned about Langston Hughes, thanks to you.
Prairie View All that shoving and encouragement paid off. Duck eventually graduated from high school and went on to become the first of the five siblings to attend Prairie View A&M University. A historically black college located in Prairie View, Texas, north of Houston the school gave her a chance to spread her wings and broaden her knowledge, but with her parents just 60 miles she made sure not to have too much fun and worked hard in her studies as well. She played Clarinet in the band and attended parties and football games with friends and studied the literary greats, devouring immortals like Shakespeare and Dickens, dreaming of the exotic locales and foreign lands in their worked. Duck was both moved and saddened by Samuel Clemens and his look at slavery through children’s eyes in the Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, but as much as she loved Shakespeare and the others it was the work of black authors like Maya Angelou and Langston Hughes that impacted her the most. I ...
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