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Clarence Page: Father’s Day reminds me of who taught me about fatherhood

Father’s Day has taken on special significance this year.

A national conversation on race has boiled up on screens, on paper and in the streets since George Floyd’s death May 25 beneath the knee of a Minneapolis police officer.

So has a resurgence in the 55-year-old debate about the troubled status of the African American family.

I can see it in my email inbox. Just as booksellers report a surge in demand for books about race and racism,

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