Alice Walker on Identity

Wednesday Wisdom (Alice Walker)

“Please remember, especially in these times of group-think and the right-on chorus, that no person is your friend (or kin) who demands your silence, or denies your right to grow and be perceived as fully blossomed as you were intended.”
–Alice Walker, bisexual African American and author of The Color Purple

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