Knowledge Identifier: +Alice_Walker
Spelman College - Zinn mentored many of Spelman's students fighting for civil rights at the time, including Alice Walker and Marian Wright Edelman Zinn was dismissed from the college in 1963 for supporting Spelman students in their efforts to fight segregation; at the time, Spelman was focused on turning out "refined young ladies
They were married on March 17, 1967 in New York City
Zora Neale Hurston - Her remains were in an unmarked grave until 1973, when novelist Alice Walker and literary scholar Charlotte Hunt found an unmarked grave in the general area where Hurston had been buried, and decided to mark it as hers
Joel Chandler Harris - In 1981 the writer Alice Walker accused Harris of "stealing a good part of my heritage" in a searing essay called "Uncle Remus, No Friend of Mine"
Charles R. Johnson - In the updated 1995 introduction to his novel "Oxherding Tale", Johnson engendered a political firestorm when he seemed to criticize Alice Walker's "The Color Purple" for its negative portrayal of African-American males
Iraq War - On March 8, 2003, International Women's Day, on the eve of the Iraq War, Alice Walker, along with Maxine Hong Kingston, author of "The Woman Warrior"; Terry Tempest Williams, author of "An Unspoken Hunger"; and 24 others were arrested for crossing a police line during an anti-war protest rally outside the White House
Stephen Bray - Bray made his Broadway debut in 2005 as composer and lyricist for the Broadway version of the Alice Walker book, "The Color Purple"
Brad Lamm - In 2008 Lamm was married to television and theatrical producer Scott Sanders in a ceremony officiated by novelist Alice Walker
" In 2017, Walker published a poem on her blog entitled "It Is Our Duty To Study The Talmud", recommending that the reader should start with YouTube to learn about the evils of the Talmud