“In My Mother’s House, There Is Still God!”

Johnson Brown explains:

This scene is from the 2008 TV remake of the 1961 film, A Raisin in the Sun (an adaptation of Lorraine Hansberry’s play). “In my mother’s house, there is still god!”

In this version, they left out the best line: “All the tyranny in the world will never put a god up in the heavens.”

All too true.

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