Why does Mrs. Johnson visit the Younger's in the play A Raisin in the Sun? for food? to be nosy?

Why did Lorraine Hansberry include her in the book?

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  1. Mrs. Johnson is a neighbor and like sonme neighbors is nosy! She "foreshadows" the racism the Youngers will encounter in a white neighborhood, telling them about the bombing of a black family's home.

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