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Equity & Diversity Opinion

Making the Case that Fatherless Families are the Culprits

By Richard Whitmire — March 16, 2010 1 min read
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This columnist in the Guardian lays out the argument that the absence of black fathers is the trigger behind the dramatic problems black boys are experiencing in school.

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