THE BIG PICTURE
- Dorothy Pitman Hughes. Thigpen, David // Essence (Essence);Mar1993, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p60
Profiles entrepreneur Dorothy Pittman Hughes. Brief sketch of her past; Hughes' business at 138th Street in Harlem.
- 'Wake Up and Smell the Dollars' Boyd, Herb // New York Amsterdam News;6/28/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 26, p20
Profiles New Yorker entrepreneur Dorothy Pitman Hughes. Educational background; Career highlight; Assertions on the Empowerment Zone.
- Pitman-Hughes named 'Women of Valor' Browne, J. Zamgba // New York Amsterdam News;1/3/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p8
Reports the honor given to businesswoman Dorothy Pitman-Hughes during the Equity Awards dinner given by the Educational Equity Concepts. 'Women of Valor' the title given to Pitman-Hughes; Remarks given by Pitman-Hughes; Achievements of Pitman-Hughes.
- SONG. Hughes, Dorothy // Saturday Evening Post;1/22/1944, Vol. 216 Issue 30, p41
Presents the poem "Song," by Dorothy Hughes. First Line: Time made a major song of all the notes; Last Line: By all that Jefferson and Lincoln said.
- Neighborhood Watch. Teague, Elaine W. // Entrepreneur;Feb1999, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p18
Provides information on the community teaching business of entrepreneur Dorothy Pitman Hughes in New York City. How her office supply business was coverted into a teaching investment; Company stocks; Educational program offerings.
- Economic power summit in Brooklyn. // New York Amsterdam News;10/30/97, Vol. 88 Issue 44, p8
Focuses on the `Economic Empowerment Seminar' to be presented by Dorothy Pitman Hughes. Scheduled date for the event; Where the event would take place; Who will host the event; Details on the organizers of the event; Comments from Hughes.
- Celebration. Hughes, Dorothy // Saturday Evening Post;5/27/1931, Vol. 216 Issue 48, p39
The article presents the poem "Celebration," by Dorothy Hughes. First Line: Upon some calendar we may not see; Last Line: In quiet tribute to the proud young dead.
- "NOT TO THE SWIFT" Hughes, Dorothy // Saturday Evening Post;9/7/1940, Vol. 213 Issue 10, p40
Presents the poem "Not to the Swift," by Dorothy Hughes. First Line: We Strove so hard for speed...We; Last Line: To see the way its final ace is played.
- WITH SUCH WEAPONS. Hughes, Dorothy // Saturday Evening Post;8/14/1943, Vol. 216 Issue 7, p46
The article presents the poem "With Such Weapons," by Dorothy Hughes. First Line: When peace is ours once more, and summer nights; Last Line: Each for himself, and each in his own way.