On Thursday and Saturday, February 24th and 26th, 2022, the Langston Hughes story was told during Black History Month Play at the Mount Pleasant Christian Academy in Harlem, NY.
The Mount Pleasant Christian Academy is located at 2009 Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard 121st Street in Harlem, New York.
For Black History month please learn about the writings and the philosophy of Langston Hughes for Black History month through The eyes of black youth.
To present the inspirational and creative works of Langston Hughes one of the emancipators of the Harlem Renaissance through the eyes of Harlem youth that are students in drama and theater.
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Photo credit: 1-3) Seitu Oronde.
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