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BC: The End

FC: All I Want Is To Live Good D. B

1: Table of Contents Walter 2-3 Me 4-5 Harlem 6-7

2: We are | Walter Husband and father of one. Brother to one sister that acts as if she's god's gift to human race. My Mother still living father is decease. I'm struggling trying to keep a roof over my family head and food in their mouths. But I know there is a god and he will help my family with our financial problems he has gotten us over in the past and I know he will in the future. I hope the lord answers my prayers with this business I'm wanting to start, and that my mother helps me out with the money on building it from my father's insurance money.

3: Today my mother got her insurance money and is acting like giving me some of it to start my liquor business isn't more important then sending my spoiled brat of a sister to medical school. I don't know why she's going anyway she know she's a girl and girls especially black have know chance in that type of field. She so spoiled but well see what happens. Watch I got something in store for her and momma.

4: Rell Ca'felli

5: . | 17 , young black handsome young adult thats very ambitious with dreams of owning his own Record Label by age 26/27. Currently attending Osborne high school trying to make his grades to graduate on time at age 18 and go on to college at SCAD in Atlanta Georgia for a career in the music business. He currently making songs and doing small show hoping to build his buzz world wide so his music can sell internationally.

6: "Harlem" What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore - And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over - like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. Or does it explode? - Langston Hughes, 1951

7: 1.that if you stop thing about something or a dream soon it will fade away. 2. they relate because they both are saying you should never give up on a dream. 3. because they all wanted a part of the check and they fought to they brought each other down. 4. they had to face people telling them that they will never be anything and that they will alway be slaves.

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  • By: Darrell B.
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  • Title: Raisin In The Sun
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  • Published: almost 6 years ago

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