A Raisin In the Sun

In 1959, theater-goers who attended A Raisin in the Sun saw a serious drama about a black family written by a black woman. They had never seen anything like it, Cheryl Corley reports for Morning Edition. Her story is part of NPR's Present at the Creation series.

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