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    start my college career at Sarah Lawrence. However, during that time my mother was involved in a severe car accident, and I decided to defer my place for a scholarship offer as a trainee at Joffrey Ballet School and later an apprentice position with State Street Ballet in California. I am truly grateful for these experiences because as a dancer your age limits your opportunities to get into a ballet company. Yet, after the two years ended, I was extremely excited to start schooling at Sarah Lawrence

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    We all have to go to school as it is mandatory by law until we graduate from twelfth grade. However, after high school the options seem endless, and the choices are overwhelming. Young graduates can go to a community college to take advantage of the free tuition for two years and then move to a university after that. They also may forge ahead and go straight to a university to begin to pursue their future career. They may choose to go straight into the workforce. My father took this path, and he

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    go to the College? Two articles, “My View: Should everyone go to College” by Mike Rose and “What Value Really Means in Higher Education” by Karen Lawrence, strives to discuss on higher education and how it has affected the economy after the recession. Lawrence attempts to define the value of the College. While, Rose’s article describes the advantages of the College through his personal life, emotional empathy, and by the statistics that appeals to the reader’s logic. Both Rose and Lawrence ethos weight

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    Alice Walker

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    Walker is blinded in her right eye due to a BB gun pellet while she was playing “cowboys and indian” with her brother. When graduating high school in 1961, she was her school’s valedictorian and was the prom queen that year. She went to Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia on scholarship. While in Spelman as a freshman, Alice Walker participated in the civil rights demonstrations. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. invited her to the Youth World Peace Festival in Helsinki, Finland. After attending the

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    Professor Zinn, attentive and always bearing a warm and welcoming smile, stood in unshakable solidarity with black people” (17). His encouragement of student resistance and his being in favor of their rebellions against the restrictions imposed by their college leads in the summer of 1963 to his dismiss, when Walker was staying far

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    Alice Walker

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    Women in society are degraded for simply being a woman. No matter who you are or what type of woman you are, “The strength of a woman is not measured by the impact that all her hardships in life have had on her, but..measured by the extent of her refusal to allow those hardships to dictate her and who she becomes” (C. Joybell C.) Through literature, many writers are able to present this idea to audiences and show how a woman’s strength can get her through anything. Alice Malsenior Walker, born on

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    “rehabilitation scholarship” to attend Spelman. Spelman College was a college for black women in Atlanta, Georgia, not far from Walker’s home. While at Spelman, Walker became involved in civil rights demonstrations where she spoke out against the silence of the institution’s curriculum when it came to African-American culture and history. Her involvement in such activities led to her dismissal from the college. So she transferred to Sarah Lawrence College in New York and had the opportunity to travel to

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    Alice Walker

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    “rehabilitation scholarship” to attend Spelman. Spelman College was a college for black women in Atlanta, Georgia, not far from Walker’s home. While at Spelman, Walker became involved in civil rights demonstrations where she spoke out against the silence of the institution’s curriculum when it came to African-American culture and history. Her involvement in such activities led to her dismissal from the college. So she transferred to Sarah Lawrence College in New York and had the opportunity to travel to

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    with a BB gun by accident. She was valedictorian of her class in high school and with that and receiving a scholarship; she went to Spelman, a college for black women, in Atlanta. She then transferred to Sarah Lawrence College in New York and during her time there went Africa as an exchange student. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence in 1965. She was active in the Civil Rights Movement of the 60’s and as of the 90’s she is still an involved activist. She started her own publishing

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    Alice walker

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    ugly and unpleasant to look at so she retreated into solitude, reading poems and stories then writing. Walker graduated from high school as valedictorian and prom queen, attended Spelman College after receiving a disability scholarship from the state of Georgia, then in 1963 transferred to Sarah Lawrence College where she graduated in 1965 with a B.A. She was involved with civil rights movement in Mississippi where she lived for seven years. During that time she also got married to a lawyer by

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