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Are Parents Responsible? (Opinion From LZ Granderson)

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I found this opinion piece from LZ Granderson (about parents taking responsibility for their children’s actions, whereabouts, etc) to be very interesting.

I don’t have children, but if I did, I hope that I could be effective enough in my parenting to keep my children on the right path.

LZ Granderson has questions for the parents whose children are accused of committing crimes (why was your child on the street at 3am? etc..)

Read his opinion and then give me yours!

 

(Via CNN)

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