PLATFORM : Invented Tradition CLARENCE E. WALKER, CLARENCE E. WALKER, a professor of history at UC Davis, is critical of what is touted as Afro-centrism, which he says is an invented discourse kept alive by a select group of black scholars who are racial romantics and cultural nationalists. According to Walker:
PLATFORM : 11 Heroes and Justice: the Tape Told a Different Story GLEN EVANS, GLEN EVANS, jury foreman in the Long Beach "sting" case involving Don Jackson, feels that critics cast aspersions on the character of jurors who voted to acquit two police officers charged with assault. Jackson himself was among the strongest critics. Evans comments:
The Importance of the Taper's 'Caesar' TONY KUSHNER, Kushner is a playwright and translator who adapted Corneille's "The Illusion" that played the Los Angeles Theatre Center . He wrote "Millennium Approaches," which was directed by Oskar Eustis at Taper, Too in May, 1990.