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Walker's first book of poetry was written while she was a senior at Sarah Lawrence.
Because the family had no car, the Walkers could not take their daughter to a hospital for immediate treatment.Walker resumed her writing career when she joined Ms.magazine as an editor before moving to northern California in the late 1970s.Her mother supplemented the family income by working as a maid.Living under Jim Crow laws, Walker's parents resisted landlords who expected the children of black sharecroppers to work the fields at a young age.Alice Malsenior Walker (born February 9, 1944) is an American novelist, short story writer, poet, and activist.
She wrote the critically acclaimed novel The Color Purple (1982) for which she won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
In 1982, Walker published what has become her best-known work, The Color Purple.
The novel follows a young troubled black woman fighting her way through not just racist white culture but patriarchal black culture as well.
On March 8, 2003, International Women's Day, on the eve of the Iraq War, Walker was arrested with 26 others, including fellow authors Maxine Hong Kingston and Terry Tempest Williams, for crossing a police line during an anti-war rally outside the White House.
In an interview with Democracy Now, Walker said, "I was with other women who believe that the women and children of Iraq are just as dear as the women and children in our families, and that, in fact, we are one family.
On March 17, 1967, she married Melvyn Roseman Leventhal.