Arthur E. Langford, Jr. (died 1994) was an Atlanta, Georgia city councilman and Georgia state senator (1984–1994). When he was a student as Morris Brown College, Langford worked against drugs and violence in poor neighborhoods, founding the United Youth Adult Conference. Langford was an ordained Baptist minister who served at West Hunter Street Baptist Church as associate minister and Rush Memorial Congregational Church as pastor.
In 1995, the Lakewood Freeway was renamed the Arthur Langford, Jr. Memorial Parkway in honor of Langford. There is an Arthur Langford Park and a street, Arthur Langford, Jr. Place in his old neighborhood, Joyland, in southeastern Atlanta. The United Youth Adult Conference II maintains the Arthur Langford, Jr. Teen Leadership Institute