Pulitzer Prize Winner, Alice Walker, Embraces Ku’u Aina Aloha


 Pulitzer Prize winning writer and activist, Alice Walker at Washington PlacePulitzer Prize-winning writer and activist, Alice Walker is in Honolulu as executive producer of a new film project.  Ku’u ‘Aina Aloha (Beloved Land, Beloved Country) examines critical years of Hawai’i’s history through a very personal story.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa spoke with Ms. Walker at a reception for the film at Washington Place.  http://www.noetanigawa.com/feature/2012/06/28/kuu-aina-aloha-love-story

If you would like to find out more about the film or offer any assistance, write to meleanna@me.com.  Alice Walker wrote The Color Purple, for which she received the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.  For more on her writings and her peace work around the world, check her website:  http://alicewalkersgarden.com/  


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