A Raisin in the Sun

by: Lorraine Hansberry

Act II, scene ii

Quotes Act II, scene ii
JOHNSON I mean sometimes He works in mysterious ways … but He works, doesn’t He!
JOHNSON (Rising, somewhat offended) Mmmmmmmm. The Youngers is too much for me! (She looks around) You sure one proud-acting bunch of colored folks. Well—I always thinks like Booker T. Washington said that time—“Education has spoiled many a good plow hand”—
BENEATHA (At her door) Mama, if there are two things we, as a people, have got to overcome, one is the Ku Klux Klan—and the other is Mrs. Johnson.