The Story behind the Recent Google Home Page
On Sunday the 1st of February, this image appeared on Google’s home page and we researched to find out who the man is. This is famed African-American poet and social activist Langston Hughes and Google celebrated what would have been the 113th through a powerful tribute on its home page.
The Doodle — the name Google has given to its front-page features — honours Hughes through animated video featuring lines from his famous poem “I Dream a World.”
“A world I dream where black or white, whatever race you be, will share the bounties of the earth and every man is free,” Hughes wrote in the poem.
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