Alice Walker

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United States writer (born in 1944)

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Aidan Jackson with some of the bears he has already collected; and, right, Olivia Alice Walker
Here she begins with the word "womanist," explaining that it was coined by Alice Walker in 1983, and has been expanded and built upon by theologian Katie Cannon.
Alice Walker, too restless to retire, has a great deal more to say in meditations, essays, and letters.
After her stay among the Kikuyus and Bugandans, Alice Walker wrote a collection of fascinating poems which celebrate some aspects of African life.
Alice Walker, Toni Morrison and Toni Cade Bambara are just a few who have found a matriarch in Zora Neale Hurston.
There Is a Flower at the Tip of My Nose Smelling Me by Alice Walker Illustrations by Stefano Vitale HarperCollins Children's Books May 2006 $16.99, ISBN 0-060-57080-6 All ages
The shift in staffing and the shift in vision that came with it have included a hugely expanded customer base and ramping up the store's profile by producing large-scale events (1,000-plus audiences for bell hooks, Angela Davis, Alice Walker and Dorothy Allison, among others).
We learned she had given birth to a son in her early 20s and now had a girlfriend--first choreographer Winifred Harris and later Rebecca Walker, the gifted writer and daughter of Alice Walker. By the end of 2003, Ndegeocello spoke of having gone through a "relationship transition" with Walker--although she still has a prominent tattoo on her neck spelling out REBECCA.
India" debate; here, Neal shows how issues such as (what Alice Walker has labeled) colorism, the "color-caste" system, remain relevant even today (24).
I first learned of Alice Walker: A Life by Evelyn C.
Distraught Alice Walker, 67, told the High Court in Edinburgh of her shock when she found her granddaughter lying dead in the woods.
Another possible arrival, opening soon in Atlanta, is a musical version of The Color Purple, based on Alice Walker's novel.
Moving prose by Alice Walker and native tales recounted by Paula Underwood weave together breathtaking landscapes by Pamela Roberson and astonishing shots of animals in action by Robin Brandt.
Seuss), Stanley Kramer, "Grandpa" Al Lewis, Marilyn Manson, Yoko Ono, Tim Robbins, Gene Roddenberry, Salman Rushdie, Susan Sarandon, Charles Schulz, Gloria Steinem, Oliver Stone, Tom Toles, Ted Turner, and Alice Walker.