Google Doodles Celebrating People of Color From Around the World
Google Doodles use art to acknowledge important historical figures and holidays from around the world. But a new report says the search-engine company should celebrate more people of color, especially women. Take a look at global icons of color who have been acknowledged with Doodles. –Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_)
The great poet and voice of the Harlem Renaissance, Langston Hughes, was honored with a Google Doodle on his 113th birthday on Feb. 1, 2015. The animated video featured lines from his hopeful piece "I Dream A World," imagery of a typewriter and the streets of New York City, where his career flourished.