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.
India" debate; here, Neal shows how issues such as (what Alice Walker has labeled) colorism, the "color-caste" system, remain relevant even today (24).
Hurston's career was a tragic one with a posthumous coda - she slipped from the pinnacle of the Harlem renaissance of the 1930s to laboring as a hotel maid in the 1950s, dying in obscurity until Alice Walker revived interest in her work in the '70s.
Distraught Alice Walker, 67, told the High Court in Edinburgh of her shock when she found her granddaughter lying dead in the woods.
Meet an anthropologist, a techno-hippie, a tree dweller and many more in the 289 pages of what Alice Walker calls a "profoundly important work.
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.
The erotic expression of Alice Walker, then, is far more than a celebration of sexuality and sensuality.
The first travel book for African American women includes 52 travelers' tales from Alice Walker, Maya Angelou, Jill Nelson, Gwendolyn Brooks and Audre Lorde, among others.
Chat with the former high school sweetheart of Alice Walker and he'll tell you that the famed author of a new book on activism has always trafficked in "love and trouble.
In the first part of the book, "The South and the Movement," Zinn discusses his days as chair of the history department at Spelman College in Atlanta, and his eventual firing for encouraging his students--including Alice Walker and Marian Wright--to participate in civil-rights protests.
Repairing that racist conversation has required reshaping the grammar through civil-rights legislation and including voices such as James Baldwin, Alex Haley, Toni Morrison, and Alice Walker, so we could learn of the pride, anger, dignity, and beauty of African Americans.
Alice Walker and Omar Wasow in addition to many others.