Langston Hughes reads his poem, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”

Aaron Douglas, The Negro Speaks of Rivers (For Langston Hughes), 1941, pen/ink on paper. Walter O. Evans Collection.

Aaron Douglas, The Negro Speaks of Rivers (For Langston Hughes), 1941, pen/ink on paper. Walter O. Evans Collection.

Langston Hughes, the U.S. author who died in New York City on this day in history, May 22, 1967, reads his poem, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers”.

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