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- Liz James and Angela Scott Breaking Thru: Celebration of Queer & Trans Artists of Color "This February, The Theater Offensive invites you to break barriers with us as we bring local queer and trans artists of color to the stage. Join us as we celebrate the diversity of LGBTQ artists from Boston and bring the stories of LGBTQ people of color front and center. Featuring spoken word, music, story sharing, theater, and more, we welcome all to honor these artists and their unique contributions to the culture and vibrancy of our city. Breaking Thru will feature photography slides by Tyahra A. aka Afrocenteredmedia, and performances by Eziah Blake, Danny Harris, Liz James, Eddie Maisonet, Seraah Oose, and Quisol. Link to Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/142757439751706/ " More Information about TTO: http://www.thetheateroffensive.org/ Location: Bella Luna, Jamaica Plain February 22, 2018 #qpoc #boston # melanin #community #eastcoast #Northeast #we #people #crowd #play #playwright #blackwomen
- Liz James and Angela Scott Breaking Thru: Celebration of Queer & Trans Artists of Color "This February, The Theater Offensive invites you to break barriers with us as we bring local queer and trans artists of color to the stage. Join us as we celebrate the diversity of LGBTQ artists from Boston and bring the stories of LGBTQ people of color front and center. Featuring spoken word, music, story sharing, theater, and more, we welcome all to honor these artists and their unique contributions to the culture and vibrancy of our city. Breaking Thru will feature photography slides by Tyahra A. aka Afrocenteredmedia, and performances by Eziah Blake, Danny Harris, Liz James, Eddie Maisonet, Seraah Oose, and Quisol. Link to Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/142757439751706/ " More Information about TTO: http://www.thetheateroffensive.org/ Location: Bella Luna, Jamaica Plain February 22, 2018 #qpoc #boston # melanin #community #eastcoast #Northeast #we #people #crowd #play #playwright #blackwomen
- Liz James and Angela Scott Breaking Thru: Celebration of Queer & Trans Artists of Color "This February, The Theater Offensive invites you to break barriers with us as we bring local queer and trans artists of color to the stage. Join us as we celebrate the diversity of LGBTQ artists from Boston and bring the stories of LGBTQ people of color front and center. Featuring spoken word, music, story sharing, theater, and more, we welcome all to honor these artists and their unique contributions to the culture and vibrancy of our city. Breaking Thru will feature photography slides by Tyahra A. aka Afrocenteredmedia, and performances by Eziah Blake, Danny Harris, Liz James, Eddie Maisonet, Seraah Oose, and Quisol. Link to Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/142757439751706/ " More Information about TTO: http://www.thetheateroffensive.org/ Location: Bella Luna, Jamaica Plain February 22, 2018 #qpoc #boston # melanin #community #eastcoast #Northeast #we #people #crowd #play #playwright #blackwomen
- Hello and welcome new followers to my personal page. Let me introduce myself: My name is Yolanda Hughes and I am the content creator of the book trilogy, BrownShugar, the short film, Shugar. I also created the theater production #BlackGirlMonologues (original) and now scripted, along with the stageplay #ThankGodForGirlfriends and the social media talkshow #TheGirlfriendsProject. It’s a great pleasure for me to welcome you to my world of social media and content that is meant to be thought provoking and spark meaningful conversation that will add to the upliftment of people of color. It has been a long and humbling journey from dreams to reality many setbacks, roadblocks, disappointments and successes but I love what I do and Im always willing to put in the work anyway and see every thought birthed. I am just a black girl from Newark NJ... and I am grateful that you chose to share in this walk with me! Thank you. #humbled #content #creator #blessed #favored #playwright #author #gram #prayer #warrior #believer #dreamer #screenplay #stage #theater #theatre #marketing #branding #authentic #unapologetic #girlboss #newark #nj #brickcity #writer #wakanda
- Hello and welcome new followers to my personal page. Let me introduce myself: My name is Yolanda Hughes and I am the content creator of the book trilogy, BrownShugar, the short film, Shugar. I also created the theater production #BlackGirlMonologues (original) and now scripted, along with the stageplay #ThankGodForGirlfriends and the social media talkshow #TheGirlfriendsProject . It’s a great pleasure for me to welcome you to my world of social media and content that is meant to be thought provoking and spark meaningful conversation that will add to the upliftment of people of color. It has been a long and humbling journey from dreams to reality many setbacks, roadblocks, disappointments and successes but I love what I do and Im always willing to put in the work anyway and see every thought birthed. I am just a black girl from Newark NJ... and I am grateful that you chose to share in this walk with me! Thank you. #humbled #content #creator #blessed #favored #playwright #author #gram #prayer #warrior #believer #dreamer #screenplay #stage #theater #theatre #marketing #branding #authentic #unapologetic #girlboss #newark #nj #brickcity #writer #wakanda
- Hello and welcome new followers to my personal page. Let me introduce myself: My name is Yolanda Hughes and I am the content creator of the book trilogy, BrownShugar, the short film, Shugar. I also created the theater production #BlackGirlMonologues (original) and now scripted, along with the stageplay #ThankGodForGirlfriends and the social media talkshow #TheGirlfriendsProject. It’s a great pleasure for me to welcome you to my world of social media and content that is meant to be thought provoking and spark meaningful conversation that will add to the upliftment of people of color. It has been a long and humbling journey from dreams to reality many setbacks, roadblocks, disappointments and successes but I love what I do and Im always willing to put in the work anyway and see every thought birthed. I am just a black girl from Newark NJ... and I am grateful that you chose to share in this walk with me! Thank you. #humbled #content #creator #blessed #favored #playwright #author #gram #prayer #warrior #believer #dreamer #screenplay #stage #theater #theatre #marketing #branding #authentic #unapologetic #girlboss #newark #nj #brickcity #writer #wakanda
- Hello and welcome new followers to my personal page. Let me introduce myself: My name is Yolanda Hughes and I am the content creator of the book trilogy, BrownShugar, the short film, Shugar. I also created the theater production #BlackGirlMonologues (original) and now scripted, along with the stageplay #ThankGodForGirlfriends and the social media talkshow #TheGirlfriendsProject. It’s a great pleasure for me to welcome you to my world of social media and content that is meant to be thought provoking and spark meaningful conversation that will add to the upliftment of people of color. It has been a long and humbling journey from dreams to reality many setbacks, roadblocks, disappointments and successes but I love what I do and Im always willing to put in the work anyway and see every thought birthed. I am just a black girl from Newark NJ... and I am grateful that you chose to share in this walk with me! Thank you. #humbled #content #creator #blessed #favored #playwright #author #gram #prayer #warrior #believer #dreamer #screenplay #stage #theater #theatre #marketing #branding #authentic #unapologetic #girlboss #newark #nj #brickcity #writer #wakanda
- Hello and welcome new followers to my personal page. Let me introduce myself: My name is Yolanda Hughes and I am the content creator of the book trilogy, BrownShugar, the short film, Shugar. I also created the theater production #BlackGirlMonologues (original) and now scripted, along with the stageplay #ThankGodForGirlfriends and the social media talkshow #TheGirlfriendsProject . It’s a great pleasure for me to welcome you to my world of social media and content that is meant to be thought provoking and spark meaningful conversation that will add to the upliftment of people of color. It has been a long and humbling journey from dreams to reality many setbacks, roadblocks, disappointments and successes but I love what I do and Im always willing to put in the work anyway and see every thought birthed. I am just a black girl from Newark NJ... and I am grateful that you chose to share in this walk with me! Thank you. #humbled #content #creator #blessed #favored #playwright #author #gram #prayer #warrior #believer #dreamer #screenplay #stage #theater #theatre #marketing #branding #authentic #unapologetic #girlboss #newark #nj #brickcity #writer #wakanda
- Hello and welcome new followers to my personal page. Let me introduce myself: My name is Yolanda Hughes and I am the content creator of the book trilogy, BrownShugar, the short film, Shugar. I also created the theater production #BlackGirlMonologues (original) and now scripted, along with the stageplay #ThankGodForGirlfriends and the social media talkshow #TheGirlfriendsProject. It’s a great pleasure for me to welcome you to my world of social media and content that is meant to be thought provoking and spark meaningful conversation that will add to the upliftment of people of color. It has been a long and humbling journey from dreams to reality many setbacks, roadblocks, disappointments and successes but I love what I do and Im always willing to put in the work anyway and see every thought birthed. I am just a black girl from Newark NJ... and I am grateful that you chose to share in this walk with me! Thank you. #humbled #content #creator #blessed #favored #playwright #author #gram #prayer #warrior #believer #dreamer #screenplay #stage #theater #theatre #marketing #branding #authentic #unapologetic #girlboss #newark #nj #brickcity #writer #wakanda
- #Day24 James Mercer Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 – May 22, 1967) was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist from Joplin, Missouri. 📚He was one of the earliest innovators of the then-new literary art form called jazz poetry. Hughes is best known as a leader of the Harlem Renaissance in New York City. He famously wrote about the period that "the negro was in vogue", which was later paraphrased as "when Harlem was in vogue". 📚Hughes also received a scholarship to attend Lincoln University, in Pennsylvania.  While studying at Lincoln, Hughes poetry came to the attention of novelist and critic Carl Van Vechten, who used his connections to help get Hughes’ first book of poetry, The Weary Blues, published by Knopf in 1926. 📚On May 22, 1967, Langston Hughes died from complications of prostate cancer. A tribute to his poetry, his funeral contained little in the way of spoken eulogy, but was filled with jazz and blues music. Hughes' ashes were interred beneath the entrance of the Arthur Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. The inscription marking the spot features a line from Hughes' poem "The Negro Speaks of Rivers." It reads: "My soul has grown deep like the rivers." 📚Hughes' Harlem home, on East 127th Street, received New York City Landmark status in 1981 and was added to the National Register of Places in 1982. Volumes of his work continue to be published and translated throughout the world. #AmericanPoet #SocialActivist #Novelist #Playwright #Columnist #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryFacts #LearnYourHistory #DontGiveUpTheFight #WorkHard #DreamBig #YEA
- #Day24 James Mercer Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 – May 22, 1967) was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist from Joplin, Missouri. 📚He was one of the earliest innovators of the then-new literary art form called jazz poetry. Hughes is best known as a leader of the Harlem Renaissance in New York City. He famously wrote about the period that "the negro was in vogue", which was later paraphrased as "when Harlem was in vogue". 📚Hughes also received a scholarship to attend Lincoln University, in Pennsylvania.  While studying at Lincoln, Hughes poetry came to the attention of novelist and critic Carl Van Vechten, who used his connections to help get Hughes’ first book of poetry, The Weary Blues, published by Knopf in 1926. 📚On May 22, 1967, Langston Hughes died from complications of prostate cancer. A tribute to his poetry, his funeral contained little in the way of spoken eulogy, but was filled with jazz and blues music. Hughes& #39; ashes were interred beneath the entrance of the Arthur Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. The inscription marking the spot features a line from Hughes& #39; poem "The Negro Speaks of Rivers." It reads: "My soul has grown deep like the rivers." 📚Hughes& #39; Harlem home, on East 127th Street, received New York City Landmark status in 1981 and was added to the National Register of Places in 1982. Volumes of his work continue to be published and translated throughout the world. #AmericanPoet #SocialActivist #Novelist #Playwright #Columnist #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryFacts #LearnYourHistory #DontGiveUpTheFight #WorkHard #DreamBig #YEA
- #Day24 James Mercer Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 – May 22, 1967) was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist from Joplin, Missouri. 📚He was one of the earliest innovators of the then-new literary art form called jazz poetry. Hughes is best known as a leader of the Harlem Renaissance in New York City. He famously wrote about the period that "the negro was in vogue", which was later paraphrased as "when Harlem was in vogue". 📚Hughes also received a scholarship to attend Lincoln University, in Pennsylvania.  While studying at Lincoln, Hughes poetry came to the attention of novelist and critic Carl Van Vechten, who used his connections to help get Hughes’ first book of poetry, The Weary Blues, published by Knopf in 1926. 📚On May 22, 1967, Langston Hughes died from complications of prostate cancer. A tribute to his poetry, his funeral contained little in the way of spoken eulogy, but was filled with jazz and blues music. Hughes' ashes were interred beneath the entrance of the Arthur Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem. The inscription marking the spot features a line from Hughes' poem "The Negro Speaks of Rivers." It reads: "My soul has grown deep like the rivers." 📚Hughes' Harlem home, on East 127th Street, received New York City Landmark status in 1981 and was added to the National Register of Places in 1982. Volumes of his work continue to be published and translated throughout the world. #AmericanPoet #SocialActivist #Novelist #Playwright #Columnist #BlackHistoryMonth #BlackHistoryFacts #LearnYourHistory #DontGiveUpTheFight #WorkHard #DreamBig #YEA

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