Showing My Color
Clarence Page talked about his recent book, Showing My Color: Impolite Essays on Race and Identity, published by Harper Collins. It is a collection of essays which focuses on the continuing importance of color in U.S. society. He also talked about the past and present status of African-American journalists. close
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Clarence Page Columnist Chicago Tribune
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