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Langston Hughes, African American poet, novelist and political activist, was accused of perceived communist influences in his writing.
In March of 1953, Langston Hughes, African American poet, novelist and political activist, faced off with Red-baiters Joseph McCarthy and Roy Cohn when he was accused of perceived communist influences in his writing.Playwright Carlyle Brown uses this historical event in an imaginative look of Hughes’ history and creativity in “Are You Now or Have You Ever Been…."The free audio presentation will be streamed online at www.rep.udel.edu and broadcast on WVUD radio 91.3 FM and at www.wvud.org from Nov. 13-22.For further information, please visit the REP online.
Article by Amanda R. McGinty.
Published Nov. 10, 2020.
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