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BBC Newshour: Alice Walker speaks to Lyse Doucet

BBC World Service Radio on March 09, 2013 12:32

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Alice Walker, author of 'The Colour Purple', is one of America's most successful writers and campaigners. She's also been highly critical of successive US presidents. So, is President Obama doing any better? Newshour's Lyse Doucet caught up with her in London. Lyse began by asking about the significance of the title of a new film about her life, 'Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth'.


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