Life In Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

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Youngers family moving to Clybourne park they will be living in constant fear, they are the only blacks that was about to live in that Neighborhood. The house that Lena purchase she was not informed that the house there about to live in someone had committed suicide. In Lorraine Hansberry’s play, A raisin in the sun, the Younger family is not doing the right thing by moving into their new home. For the Younger to move to Clybourne Park putting their whole entire family in danger they have to think about Travis their son, and Ruth unborn child is it worth the risk to live at Clybourne Park they really need to think about their family safety. In that time there’s Racism and segregation going on, for a black family to move into a white neighborhood that they are not welcome…show more content…
These districts, Brandon Coles stated were “overprized, overcrowded, and poorly-maintained apartment and homes” ( Khalief Ghani,2011,p.608). The Youngers live in a segregated neighborhood in a city that has been remained as one of the most segregated area in the United States.They like most blacks who dwelled in Chicago live in the south of Chicago, in a ghetto.The younger family lives in a “cramped”, “tired,” run-down apartment, a place in which the furnishings “clearly had to accommodate the living of too many people for too many years and they are tired.” Discrimination on housing is also apparent from Ruth observation.” Furthermore, mama response to the question why she bought a home in a white neighborhood reveals discriminations and economic exploitations. She decides to buy a house outside of the black neighborhoods due to the high cost of the houses; houses seems to cost twice as much as other houses in the white neighborhood in which facilities are more ,living conditions are better, and the costs are lower is the best choice (Handsberry, 2011,p.

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