This essay focuses on describing the ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ play that was written by Lorraine Hansberry in 1959. The label is derived from the rhyme "Harlem" by Langston Hughes. The tale is found upon a black family experiences in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood and I the researcher of this essay discusses this play in the light of his personal freedom. The essay describes that play illustrates the reality to the reader as a vision getting higher in the sun regardless of all the societal prejudice and racism. The main idea presented by the author struggles not to dry out the heat of daily routine and accomplish its aspiration that made black Americans existence miserable. Lorraine Hansberry has presented the idea of women demanding their freedom long before people imagined it. This is done in the form of Beneatha. Beneatha like and Hansberry was also a feminist that was uncommon in her time and she dared to place these thoughts into text. The essay discusses that Beneatha seems to be in route of unveiling her identity. She desires to be recognized in-dependent of a guy and refuses to lose her identity trying to be someone she is not. In conclusion, the researcher sums up that it is a classical play based on the life of a contemporary 1950’s family. It gives the reader a closer at the life of black American society at the time, the difficulties, and injustices it faced. It also shows how all these things made their lives difficult until they finally decided to rebel against conformity.