Alex Haley

Alex Haley

Alexander Murray Palmer Haley (August 11, 1921 – February 10, 1992) was an African-American writer. He is best known as the author of Roots: The Saga of an American Family and the co-author of The Autobiography of Malcolm X.

Read more about Alex Haley:  Early Life, Writing Career, Later Years, Awards and Recognition, Recordings, Collection of Alex Haley's Personal Works

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Roots: The Next Generations - Cast
... - Carrie Barden Irene Cara - Bertha Palmer Haley Avon Long - Chicken George Moore Roger E ... Earl Crowther Harry Morgan - Bob Campbell Dorian Harewood - Simon Haley Ruby Dee - Queen Haley Hal Williams - Alec Haley Greg Morris - Beeman Jones Brian ... John - Alex Haley (child) Logan Ramsey - D.L ...
Collection of Alex Haley's Personal Works
... of Tennessee Libraries, in Knoxville, Tennessee, maintains a collection of Alex Haley's personal works in its Special Collections Department ... The works contain notes, outlines, bibliographies, research, and legal papers documenting Haley's Roots through 1977 ... are the items showing Harold Courlander's lawsuit against Haley, Doubleday Company, and various affiliated groups ...
Emerald City Comicon - Event History
... Skroce, Mike Huddleston, Steve Rolston, Ian Boothby, Jay Faerber, Matt Haley, Kathleen Webb, John Lustig, David Hahn, Stefano Gaudiano, Donna Barr, Roberta Gregory, Rick Hoberg, Jason Hall, Brian Snöddy February ... Layman, David Hahn, Karl Kesel, Paul Guinan, Matt Haley, Steve Lieber, Dan Norton, Jason Pearson, Michael T ... Jim Cheung, Ed Brubaker, Sean Chen, Peter Bagge, Jim Woodring, Greg Rucka, Alex Maleev, Scott Kurtz, Crab Scrambly, Dexter Vines, Gail Simone, Jay Faerber, John Layman, Ford Gilmore, David Hahn, Matthew ...
Alex Haley's Queen (disambiguation)
... Alex Haley's Queen can refer to Queen The Story of an American Family, the novel by Alex Haley ... Alex Haley's Queen, a 1993 film directed by John Erman ...

Famous quotes by alex haley:

    My smiling child
    Named for a noble ancestor
    Great hunter or warrior
    You will be one day.
    Which will give your papa pride
    But always I will remember you thus.
    —African Lullaby. As quoted in Roots, by Alex Haley (1976)