By: Markia Bryant
Blacks suffered through oppression.
Alice Walker was the woman which stood up for Black Power.
Alice Walker pointed out that Black Woman experienced different intense kind of oppression from White Woman .
Alice Walker participated in Womanism.
Womanism is a woman who loves women and appreciates women culture and power as something that's incorporated into the world as a whole.
Alice was envolved with Black Feminism.
Black Feminism argued that sexism class oppression and racism was inetricably bonded together.
The Nation of Islam changed Alice Walker life.
The Nation of Islam stated goals that were to improve the Spiritual ,mental ,social ,and econmic condition of African Americans.
The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they dont have any.
Alice Walker inspired blacks to fight for their rights.
Today blacks are still fighting for their rights.