Alice Walker

February 9, 1944 Alice Malsenior Walker was born, in Eatonton, Georgia. Alice Walker was one of eight children, she was gifted a typewriter by her mother; when she was accidentally blinded in one eye. Walker grew up and earned a scholarship to Spelman College and she studied to two year. She then transferred to Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, […]

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