Walker, who was eight years old at the time, was injured when her brother accidentally shot her in the eye with a BB gun. She became blind in her right eye as a result.
yes she is still alive.Alice Walker is 64 years old
As of 2012, Alice Malsenior Walker (author of The Color Purple, born February 9, 1944) is still alive.
Alice Walker, the author known for writing 'The Color Purple' and other literary works, is still alive.
Alice Malsenior Walker was born in 1944 and is still alive- she is 66 years old according to wikipedia
she is still alive and she is 64 years old
yes she did no she didn't, shes still alive!
Alice Walker is a woman.
what is Alice walker brothers names
Life of Alice Walker.
Blind Willie Walker was born in 1896.
Blind Willie Walker died in 1933.
Well first learn how to make a sentence, and she is still living! =>
Alice walker didnt have a certain type of writing
alice walker was a fomous wrighter and she is a woman who did all she could to get women their rights
Alice walker is 67 in 2011;68 in 2012;69 in 2013;70 in 2014
Alice Walker supported President Obama and she believes that he could be the person that would help bring this country out of the recession. Alice Walker and her daughter Rebecca don't speak to each other. They have a long history of disagreements and Alice Walker has not see her grandson. Alice Walker continues to inspire women all over the world.
Alice Walker is 73 years old (birthdate: February 9, 1944).
Alice Walker was born on February 9, 1944. 70 years old.
Alice walker went to fountain valley high school
Alice A. Walker has written: 'Samuel Shields' -- subject(s): Family
Alice Walker wrote the book Color Purple. She was abused by her husband.
Hello! I was doing a project about Alice Walker for my World Geography class, and I discovered that she is still alive! She continues to write poems is what I've heard. I don't know if she has published any more books. She is currently 65.
Yes. She was a Feminist who was a activist and she still is today. I am not sure why she is though.