What factor led Hansberry to be thought of in a specific way by others in her school? A. Her father had become wealthy as a business leader. B. Her father was more successful than most others in the community. C. She attended a segregated school even though she did not have to. D. She was far ahead of her classmates in reading and writing.
In this ghetto school, as she called it, Hansberry was viewed with distrust by others because she stood out not only by her clothes but also by the fact that her father was more successful than most in the community.