Langston Hughes' poems, dating from the Harlem Renaissance through the 1960's, continue to resonate today. These powerful, poignant and often amusing works are read aloud by members of the community and leaders of diverse backgrounds, including educators, corporate executives, writers, musicians and artists. Join internationally acclaimed storyteller Len Cabral and members of the community in this celebration of Hughes’ poetry.
Free and open to the public, reception follows.
Funded in part by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities .