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Raisin in the Sun Project. The 1960’s time period and The Raisin in the Sun show one thing in common; all people were not treated equally in the 1960’s. Andrew Yong. Employment Opportunities for Minorities. African Americans U nskillful jobs A utomobile industries Factories Farming

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raisin in the sun project

Raisin in the Sun Project

The 1960’s time period and The Raisin in the Sun show one thing in common; all people were not treated equally in the 1960’s.

Andrew Yong

employment opportunities for minorities
Employment Opportunities for Minorities
  • African Americans
    • Unskillful jobs
      • Automobile industries
      • Factories
      • Farming
      • Housewives
  • Younger family
    • Basic jobs:
      • Chauffeur
      • Housewife
segregated housing issues
Segregated Housing Issues
  • Whites:
    • Suburbs
    • Nice, middle-class homes
  • African Americans:
    • Lack of housing choice
    • Urban ghettos
    • Realtors
      • White neighborhoods
  • Younger family:
    • Small apartment
    • Bought house in all-white neighborhood
    • Mr. Lindner
cultural ethnic background
Cultural/Ethnic Background
  • Me:
    • Chinese
    • Chinese New Year
      • Red envelopes
      • Decorations
  • Beneatha:
    • African-American
    • George: against her religion
    • Asagai: helped Beneatha
dreams
Dreams
  • Youngers’ Dreams:
    • Beneatha- doctor
    • Walter- liqor business
    • Ruth and Mama- own a house
  • Motivation
  • Finish in Top 10 of my class
    • Attend a prestige university
  • Well-paying job
  • Have a wonderful family
    • Happy and wonderful future
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Everybody was not treated equally
  • Dreams
    • Not easy to become reality
    • Not impossible if you fight for them
    • Can be crushed by one little event