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What does Langston Hughes believe about the Black community in The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain It will not produce a true Black artist until it becomes comfortable with its culture. It has not shown an interest in exploring art that interests both White and Black people. It projects too many barriers for its artists to thrive. It relies too heavily on the dominant White community for artistic ideas.
What Langston Hughes believes about the Negro community in “The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain” is: It will not produce a true Negro artist until it becomes comfortable with its culture.
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What Langston Hughes believes about the Negro community in “The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain” is: It will not produce a true Negro artist until it becomes comfortable with its culture.
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