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Racism is a major issue that has affected the United States sinceits discovery Racism is the hatred by a person of one race pointed ata person of another race The United States has grown up to improve as awhole but this process is a long way away from completion Somecitizens still believe that African-Americans are inferior to Caucasiansand that they should be slaves In the 1950s whites and blacks weresegregated to a point that they could not go to the same schools or evenuse the same bathrooms Chief Justice Earl Warren abolished thesegregation of schools in May of 1954 The desegregation of schools hashelped people of all races grow up together in a non-hostile environmentwhere they can develop relationships with people of other races ARaisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry criticizes the racial anddiscriminatory climate of America in the 1950s and early 60s It becomes obvious to the reader that the racial tensionHansberry experienced growing up reflected on the way her literature iswritten Her fathers battle to move into a white neighborhoodprovided the background for the events in the play said in Hansberrysdocumentary She herself experienced many of the situations that theYounger Family went through Hansberrys father Carl Hansberry wasput in a similar circumstance when he moved his family into apredominately white community at the opposition of the white neighbors Hansberry overcame many racial barriers to become one of the bestauthors in the world Walter Lee Younger is an intense man in his middle thirtieswho works as a chauffeur but his dream is to one day open up a liquorstore Walter has a very bad temper and tends to say things he doesntmean Walter and his wife have been getting into many fights in
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