SOURCE: Zocálo Public Square
by Koritha Mitchell
Lorraine Hansberry's play and the critical response to it offer a lens on American theater's current reckoning with racism and exclusion, as "the play reveals that what has been framed as “integration” is really about getting white people to stop hoarding everything desirable."
SOURCE: Refinery 29
"She was a feminist before the feminist movement,” remarked Imani Perry.
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