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Alice Walker

[Walker, Alice] A Celebration of Black Women in Literature, Alice Walker.

Dramatization of part of Alice Walker's novel, Meridian, with comments and insights by the author. 25 min.

[Walker, Alice] Alice Walker (Lannan Literary Videos; 14).

Pulitzer Prize winner Alice Walker reads poems and excerpts from her novels, "The Color Purple" and "The Temple of My Familiar" in Los Angeles on January 9, 1989. Evelyn White interviews Walker at her home. 60 min.

[Walker, Alice] Alice Walker.

Poetry reading at the American Poetry Archives, San Francisco State University, 3/21/79. 40 min.

[Walker, Alice] Alice Walker: A Portrait in the First Person.

Interview with the author. Walker discusses issues including family violence and the position of black women in America. 30 min.

[Walker, Alice] Alice Walker: Possessing the Secret of Joy.

Alice Walker talks about her novel "Possessing the Secret of Joy" which addresses issues of female genital mutilation, and social protest in Africa and America. Archival footage, dramatized scenes from the book and additional interviews with Gloria Steinem and Barbara Christian and others shed light on Alice Walker's career and issues of womanhood worldwide. Originally produced by SBS, Australia and broadcast on the program Masterpiece on 5/31/93. Dist.: Films Media Group. 53 min.