The Pulitzer Prize winning book
The Color Purple by the beloved Alice Walker has turned 30.
It is as relevant in the world today as it was 3 decades ago.
I heard her read a poem today...
and want to share it with you.
I also long for the day when women sit in Circles and make important decisions
for Mother Earth and families.
When women are honored for having wisdom.
When the women who are elected into office can be women...
can cry over war and the killing of our planet.
I want women in office who don't become men.
We need both energies to balance this world.
We do need men who are strong enough to stand with women...
If you would like to see the full interview with Alice Walker I've included the link here...
she talks about the book,