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Following guideline has to be input to the essay.
The paper should be written from the perspective of character name Lena (Mama)(Black family). To write as if I am taking on the role of Lena, looking out for the Younger family, trying to find a place where you can comfortably live, with the least resistance and the most promise as of present time,2016.
Some cities might seem hospitable, but upon a closer look, they are plagued by the high unemployment or rattled by violent crime.
Using evidence from various appropriate sources, how do the themes begin your consideration of the sensitive issues of race, culture, and class in this country and how have historic events shaped out views of who is entitled to the American Dream?Today, as opposed to historically, do we make wiser,better, fairer choices?
Then,decide how the neighborhood defines the true attainment of the magical American Dream.
To truly acquire the perfection the Dream promises, what cities/areas afford this promise?
Where is the Dream less likely to be realized and where is it more likely possible for the Youngers; and really, has much changed since Raisin was written? Show why and how
essay have to address sensitive issues of race, culture, class.
essay must be written, imagine you are helping the Youngers move, and if given the choice, where is the best place for them to live? narrow to 3 places, then show why 2 of these options can be eliminated for the better, more ideal city.
where can this family relocate to best realize the dream?
They have the freedom to choose, but does that mean they can live anywhere?
neighborhoods that offert’he chance for the DREAM

7?? (5 pages and a properly formatted works cited page)
PAPER #2:The Youngers look for the neighborhood that offers them the American Dream in 2015.

find a
NOW. Instead of looking through the Karl Lindner lens you are taking on the role of Lane looking out for the Younger famlly. trying to

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place where you can comfortably live, with the least resistance and the most. promlse. Some crties might SEEM hospitable, but upon a c 0
look. they are plagued by high unemployment or rattled by violent crime.

i , iven the
First Investigate the young mothers who plead for the’attention of authorities. police and government ofitcrals, to rfiiggm?ee 11;: {(22:83) and
?903?? police violence on young Black boys. Find a clip that shows their desperate fear for their families. Where WI Y.

ind the hope the Dream used to symbolize.
Use these guides, and be sure to discuss each in your paper:
Defines the American Dream a
Offers brief information on. the 2 cities you decide against-~reasons you reject them
Specifically considers
1. employment
2. community ? . g
3. services
4. education
5. ‘safety (crime rate?)
6. future?
7. and statistics-what is the Race ratio?: Asian, Black, Indian, Latino…as Carl in Raisin in the Sun and
Karl in C/ybourne Park wouldsay, would you feel comfortable there and fit in?
And does-the place feel like it will earn your loyalty
After researching information about various choices you have considered, briefly show why two of these
options are out of the running, and then devote the rest ofthe paper to argumg why the City you are
choosing is the best for you. Be creative, and use the facts available. Due next class.
American Dreams Need DepreSSIOn
0 ‘ 3)
My grandfather 1’1 3 e d to say ?What this country needs IS a good depressmn. Ihnever 1
rice is t at eo e
derstood what he was talking about until recently. The problem Wlth Arne P i}:
1:1? 11% had to work hard for what they?ve had until the economy took a turn for the wore: or

av – 1 1′ ff of the success of the generatlons that precede them,
decades children have been ab e to we 0 11 d has disappeared
v o ‘ 6 one
and this is a problem because the apprematlon for a Job W

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Description
Following guideline has to be input to the essay.
The paper should be written from the perspective of character name Lena (Mama)(Black family). To write as if I am taking on the role of Lena, looking out for the Younger family, trying to find a place where you can comfortably live, with the least resistance and the most promise as of present time,2016.
Some cities might seem hospitable, but upon a closer look, they are plagued by the high unemployment or rattled by violent crime.
Using evidence from various appropriate sources, how do the themes begin your consideration of the sensitive issues of race, culture, and class in this country and how have historic events shaped out views of who is entitled to the American Dream?Today, as opposed to historically, do we make wiser,better, fairer choices?
Then,decide how the neighborhood defines the true attainment of the magical American Dream.
To truly acquire the perfection the Dream promises, what cities/areas afford this promise?
Where is the Dream less likely to be realized and where is it more likely possible for the Youngers; and really, has much changed since Raisin was written? Show why and how
essay have to address sensitive issues of race, culture, class.
essay must be written, imagine you are helping the Youngers move, and if given the choice, where is the best place for them to live? narrow to 3 places, then show why 2 of these options can be eliminated for the better, more ideal city.
where can this family relocate to best realize the dream?
They have the freedom to choose, but does that mean they can live anywhere?
neighborhoods that offert’he chance for the DREAM

7?? (5 pages and a properly formatted works cited page)
PAPER #2:The Youngers look for the neighborhood that offers them the American Dream in 2015.

find a
NOW. Instead of looking through the Karl Lindner lens you are taking on the role of Lane looking out for the Younger famlly. trying to

l 86″

place where you can comfortably live, with the least resistance and the most. promlse. Some crties might SEEM hospitable, but upon a c 0
look. they are plagued by high unemployment or rattled by violent crime.

i , iven the
First Investigate the young mothers who plead for the’attention of authorities. police and government ofitcrals, to rfiiggm?ee 11;: {(22:83) and
?903?? police violence on young Black boys. Find a clip that shows their desperate fear for their families. Where WI Y.

ind the hope the Dream used to symbolize.
Use these guides, and be sure to discuss each in your paper:
Defines the American Dream a
Offers brief information on. the 2 cities you decide against-~reasons you reject them
Specifically considers
1. employment
2. community ? . g
3. services
4. education
5. ‘safety (crime rate?)
6. future?
7. and statistics-what is the Race ratio?: Asian, Black, Indian, Latino…as Carl in Raisin in the Sun and
Karl in C/ybourne Park wouldsay, would you feel comfortable there and fit in?
And does-the place feel like it will earn your loyalty
After researching information about various choices you have considered, briefly show why two of these
options are out of the running, and then devote the rest ofthe paper to argumg why the City you are
choosing is the best for you. Be creative, and use the facts available. Due next class.
American Dreams Need DepreSSIOn
0 ‘ 3)
My grandfather 1’1 3 e d to say ?What this country needs IS a good depressmn. Ihnever 1
rice is t at eo e
derstood what he was talking about until recently. The problem Wlth Arne P i}:
1:1? 11% had to work hard for what they?ve had until the economy took a turn for the wore: or

av – 1 1′ ff of the success of the generatlons that precede them,
decades children have been ab e to we 0 11 d has disappeared
v o ‘ 6 one
and this is a problem because the apprematlon for a Job W

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