Alice Malsenior Walker (born February 9, 1944) is an American author, poet, and activist. She has written both fiction and essays about race and gender. She is best known for the critically acclaimed novel The Color Purple (1982) for which she won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.
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... (1924–) Lucas 1978 Former member of the Ohio General Assembly Walker, Ann B.Ann B ... Walker Franklin 1978 First woman broadcaster to report on the Ohio legislature Walsh, StellaStella Walsh (1911–1980) Cuyahoga 1978 Polish athlete who became a women's ... Adams 1986 Radio entrepreneur and founder of WRAC Walker, Selma LoisSelma Lois Walker Franklin 1986 Founder and director of the Native American Indian Center of Columbus Walsh ...
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“There are those who believe Black people possess the secret of joy and that it is this that will sustain them through any spiritual or moral or physical devastation.”
—Alice Walker (b. 1944)
“croppers rotting shacks
with famine, terror, flood, and plague near by;
where sentiment and hatred still held sway
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