Tag Archives: Langston Hughes

Humanities Happenings – Kansas Day Edition

Sunday, January 29th marks 156 years of Kansas statehood. What better way to celebrate than with a weekend of hometown humanities events highlighting the Kansas stories that move us and make us? Lawrence: Langston’s Lawrence The Watkins Museum of History’s … Read full article »

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“Poet Low Rate” with Humor and Grace

This summer, KHC features daily posts about the speakers and topics in the Humanities catalog. Today’s featured presentation is “Langston Hughes in Kansas” by Carmaletta Williams. “I fell in love with Langston Hughes through the grace, power and humor of his … Read full article »

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Home Grown Connections

This summer, KHC features daily posts about the speakers and topics in the Humanities catalog. Today’s featured presentation is “Writers Growing Up Black in Kansas” by John Edgar Tidwell. “The celebrity that has come to Frank Baum’s The Wizard of Oz … Read full article »

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