Author Archives: Alice Walker

Alice Walker Fights Anti-Palestinian Bias

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Interview by Dennis Bernstein Pulitzer-winning author Alice Walker sees a reflection of the injustice done to African-Americans in today’s treatment of the Palestinians, leading her to object when the artwork of Palestinian children is barred from U.S. museums and to join a flotilla that challenged Israel’s blockade of Gaza, as Dennis Bernstein reports. Alice Walker…more »

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Banning of Palestinian Children’s Art

Alice Walker

Empathy Is A Wave: The Banning of Palestinian Children’s Art from the Museum of Children’s Art in Oakland I was injured as a child; my brother shot me in the eye with a pellet gun, causing disfigurement and loss of sight. The incident itself, as well as the trauma surrounding it: my father was unable…more »

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