Walker, Alice: *1944
Information by Alice Walker
- Staying Home in Mississippi; The New York Times, August 26, 1973. Walker recalls her experiences at the 1963 civil rights march on Washington
- My Father's Country Is the Poor; The New York Times, March 21, 1977. A man in Cuba reminds Walker of her father and causes her to reflect on the different fates of these two men whose lives were both defined by poverty.
- Children's Books; Remembering Mr. Sweet; The New York Times, May 8, 1988. Alice Walker describes the origins of her short story "To Hell With Dying," which was reissued, with illustrations, as a children's book.
- Letter from Alice Walker to President Clinton, March 13, 1996, in which she talks about the US relation to Cuba.
- Alice Walker Reads For Her Life: how certain books can reveal to us the deeper mysteries of our world. From O, The Oprah Magazine, November 2000.
- A Bit of Gossip
When Alice Walker took a teaching job at Wellesley College, she suggested teaching a course made up entirely of literature by women; it had never been done before. She searched for African-American women writers whose work she could assign, and single-handedly resurrected the work of Zora Neale Hurston, whose books had long been out of print. From MPR
- Alice Walker talks about Hard Times Require Furious Dancing. The Commonwealth Club of California. November 4, 2010
- Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. KOOP; January 18, 2009
- Riz Khan talks to Alice Walker about her life and work. AlJazeera; October 15, 2007 (17:47)
- Alice Walker at the KPFA Peace Awards 2007 (8:49)
- Not with a bang. But with a whimper. From the speech given at Evening of Conscience, San Fransisco. October 2, 2006 (2:35)
- Alice Walker narrates her preface from The Other Side of War. 2007 (7:54)
- Alice Walker delivers the keynote address at a meeting on Zora Neale Hurston. Barnard College, Columbia University, New York, October 3, 2003 (1:20:16)