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Comparing Civil Rights to A Raisin in the Sun. Nicole Feoli. Housing Segregation. 1960’s. A Raisin in the Sun. Blacks were f orced to live in poor neighborhoods Whites lived in rich neighborhoods with nicer homes. Youngers lived in a poor apartment A partment was small and cheap

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housing segregation
Housing Segregation

1960’s

A Raisin in the Sun

  • Blacks were forced to live in poor neighborhoods
  • Whites lived in rich neighborhoods with nicer homes
  • Youngers lived in a poor apartment
  • Apartment was small and cheap
    • Slept on couches
    • Washed their own clothes
    • Worked hard for small amounts of money
  • Wanted to live in a better community
employment opportunities for minorities
Employment Opportunities for Minorities

1960’s

A Raisin in the Sun

  • Blacks: blue- collared jobs
  • Didn’t receive good pay
  • Women: Household jobs
    • Cooking
    • Cleaning
    • Washing
  • Walter: Chauffer
  • Mama: House work; took care of family
  • Ruth: Housing chores
my culture background
My Culture/ Background
  • Italian
  • Pasta dinner always on Sundays
  • Love Italian foods
  • Different now, then before because people don’t judge off of my culture
personal goals dreams
Personal Goals/ Dreams
  • College: Become successful
  • Play college softball:starting short-stop: Continue what I love to do
  • Raise a great family
    • Like Mama
  • “Sometimes you feel like you’re not good enough and feel like giving up on you’re dreams.”
    • Relates to Bennie’s feelings
conclusion
Conclusion
  • People need to always have goals to become successful
  • Don’t let other people stop you for fighting for what is right
  • Don’t be afraid to show who you really are
    • Black
    • Different cultural background
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