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Langston Hughes. Harlem Renaissance intellectual. Jazz poetry pioneer. Uplifted a downtrodden people and made them believe they were beautiful.

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Langston Hughes (American) poet,social activist, novelist, play write and columnist Part of the Harlem Renaissance Movement He portrayed the real ives of blacks in the lower social economic strata. He coined the term "Black Is Beautiful" writing like The Weary Blues and his manifesto The Negro Artist and Racial Mountain. Also his collection of Stories, The Ways of White Folks.