"Democratic Womanism": Poet and Activist Alice Walker on Women Rising, Obama and the 2012 ElectionQuicklink submitted by Meryl Ann Butler Permalink
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|With less than 40 days to go before the 2012 presidential election, poet and activist Alice Walker reads her new poem, 'Democratic Womanism,' and discusses her thoughts on President Obama's legacy, including his use of drone strikes. on Democracy NOW with Amy Goodman. 'You ask me why I smile when you tell me you intend in the coming national elections to hold your nose and vote for the lesser of two evils,' reads Walker. 'There are more than two evils out there, is one reason I smile.' [includes rush transcript]|
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