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They wondered as they wandered: Langston Hughes and Dorothy West traveling to Russia, 1933

They wondered as they wandered: Langston Hughes and Dorothy West traveling to Russia, 1933

The Africans of the Slave Bark Credit: Library of Congress Media type: engraving Museum Number: LC-USZ62-41678 Annotation: African slaves on the deck of the slave ship Wildfire Year: 1860

The Africans of the Slave Bark Credit: Library of Congress Media type: engraving Museum Number: LC-USZ62-41678 Annotation: African slaves on the deck of the slave ship Wildfire Year: 1860

Beverly Loraine Greene (October 3, 1915 - August 22, 1957) is believed to the the first female African American architect, being licensed by the state of Illinois in December 1942. She worked for the Chicago Housing Authority before relocating to New York City where she earned a master's degree from Columbia. She worked with notable architects such as Isadore Rosenfield, Edward Durell Stone (Arts Complex at Sarah Lawrence College) and Marcel Breuer (UNESCO Headquarters). #TodayInBlackHistory

Beverly Loraine Greene (October 3, 1915 - August 22, 1957) is believed to the the first female African American architect, being licensed by the state of Illinois in December 1942. She worked for the Chicago Housing Authority before relocating to New York City where she earned a master's degree from Columbia. She worked with notable architects such as Isadore Rosenfield, Edward Durell Stone (Arts Complex at Sarah Lawrence College) and Marcel Breuer (UNESCO Headquarters). #TodayInBlackHistory

Langston Hughes was a poet, writer, and playwright. He became a crucial voice during the Harlem Renaissance, an African American literary movement of the 1920s and 1930s. His work celebrates the lives of black people and speaks out against their struggles.

Langston Hughes was a poet, writer, and playwright. He became a crucial voice during the Harlem Renaissance, an African American literary movement of the 1920s and 1930s. His work celebrates the lives of black people and speaks out against their struggles.

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