Well, I always wanted me a garden like I used to see sometimes at the back of the houses down home. This plant is as close as I ever got to have one.
Our Negro families are happier when they live in their own communities
This, friends, is the Welcoming Committee
You are looking at what a well-dressed Nigerian woman wears--Isn't it beautiful? OCOMOGOSIAY!
Mama just recieved a check with $10,000. That was from Big Walter's insurance money. Now, Mama has to make a decision whether to give the money for Beneatha's education, Walter's buisiness, or Mama's long dream of owning a large house for her family.
Mr.Lindner tells the Youngers that the white cmmunity where they are moving does not want a black family living near them. However, the Youngers don't want to betray Mama's dream nor the whole black race, by accepting Lindner's offer.
Beneatha was always struggling to find her identity and express herself. However, when Asagai brought her a traditional Nigerian dress, she wanted to be a "Queen of the Nile." So, Beneatha has to decide what her identity is.