This month marks the 30th anniversary of Alice Walker’s winning of the Pulitzer Prize for “The Color Purple,” the first for a novel by a black woman.
“Django” doesn’t contain solutions to the problem of how we represent this shameful period in American’s past as much as it poses a question: Can a story about slavery also be a story about style?
Will released emails impact Walker's image?
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