Democracy. By Langston Hughes We must never forget these words!

Democracy. By Langston Hughes We must never forget these words!

Let America be America again. Let it be the dream it used to be. Let it be the pioneer on the plain

Let America be America again. Let it be the dream it used to be. Let it be the pioneer on the plain

Read in February, 1st time. Langston Hughes Poems: "I, Too" , "Theme for English B" , "Freedom" , "Words like Freedom" , "Visitors to the Black Belt" , "The Weary Blues" , "The Negro Speaks of Rivers."

Read in February, 1st time. Langston Hughes Poems: "I, Too" , "Theme for English B" , "Freedom" , "Words like Freedom" , "Visitors to the Black Belt" , "The Weary Blues" , "The Negro Speaks of Rivers."

This poem by Langston Hughes was his first poem, written in 1927. Hughes' poem represents the emergence of culture in the 1920s - especially from blacks. This poem is also a symbol of how blacks began to gain respect, which eventually led into the civil rights movement in the 1960s.

This poem by Langston Hughes was his first poem, written in 1927. Hughes' poem represents the emergence of culture in the 1920s - especially from blacks. This poem is also a symbol of how blacks began to gain respect, which eventually led into the civil rights movement in the 1960s.

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