A Gathering of Heroes
There are a few moments in life when outside forces compel us to act
bravely or flee ignominiously. the uncontrolled rage of a riot is
such a circumstance. When Los Angeles erupted in the spring of 1992,
only a fe individuals distinguished themselves for charity, generosity,
and courage in the face of the carnage. Emmy award-winning actor Gregory
Alan- Williams, author of "A Gathering of Heroes," was one of them.
He tells his story on this edition of Dialogue.
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