Alcandre

Alcandre

Polybus’ wife; entertains Helen and Menelaus on their way home from Troy. [Gk. Lit.: Odyssey]
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He also served as a judge in Paris for two years, a member of the Imperial Conference of France, and founder of the Economic Conference between France and its colonies (Jackson 3B) Jackson's interview with Alcandre showcased an acute awareness of some of the affairs impacting African Americans, such as the Scottsboro case, which dealt with the trial of nine Black boys accused of gang raping two White women from Paint Rock, Alabama.
In the interview, Alcandre tells Jackson that Senegalese merchant Galnadou Diouf and Gratien Candace were the only two Black members in the French Parliament out of 918 members.
Alcandre then conjures visions of Pridamant's son, who now calls himself "Clindor.