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“A’Lelia Bundles: Writing a Legacy”  in Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library Newsletter (June 2015)

“Madam Walker Paved Way for Generations of Black, Female Entreprenuers” in the Indianapolis Star (February 2, 2015) by Tim Evans

“Madam Walker Still Inspiring Black Community” in the Philadelphia Tribune/Associated Press (February 3, 2015) by Tim Evans

“Unpacking Harlem History” in the New York Times (May 8, 2003) by Peter Hellman

New York Times Book Review of On Her Own Ground (April 1, 2001) by Margo Jefferson

“A World of Elegance Built on a Hair Tonic” in the New York Times (Jan 11, 2001) by Tracie Rozhon

Madam Walker’s Legacy” in NUVO (February 4, 2015) by Kyle Long



“Magna Carta Unveiled at the National Archives” February 2, 2012 Associated Press

A’Lelia Bundles Becomes Chair, President of the Foundation for the National Archives, January 10, 2012, PRNewsWire

“A’Lelia Bundles Elected Chair and President of the Foundation for the National Archives Board,” February 2, 2012 Indianapolis Recorder



“Do Big Things” Madam Walker’s Great-Great-Granddaughter on History, Ancestors and Villa Lewaro,” Preservation Blog October 22, 2014

“Reflecting on Madam Walker” Jet, October 22, 2014

  “A Real Legend Never Dies” Ask Anu, March 6, 2012

  “A’Lelia supports efforts of young black stamp collector Jackson Davis V” Black America Web, February 1, 2012

For Colored Gurls ”A’Lelia Bundles: Creating Her Own Legacy”  by Jamie Fleming (Mar 11. 2011)


homepageForgotten Women: Madam Walker by Gerit Quealy (Feb 28, 2011)

Madam Walker and On Her Own Ground on All Naptural (Feb 25, 2011) by Laquita Thomas-Banks

A’Lelia Bundles: Family History in YoLadies! (Feb 5, 2011) by Kim Milata-Daniels

A’Lelia Bundles Discusses Congressional Resolution HJ-81 Honoring Madam Walker on NewsOne (July 21, 2010) by Mike Roberts

“A’Lelia Bundles Recounts Rags-to-Riches Tale” in UConn Advance (Mar 15, 2004) by Sherry Fisher