Clarence Page addresses the social, economic and political issues affecting Americans. Writing with passion and style, Page delivers lively commentary on today’s pressing issues, such as crime, education, housing, hunger and bigotry.
A columnist and member of the editorial board at the Chicago Tribune since 1984, Page has also worked as director of community affairs and as an on-air reporter at Chicago CBS affiliate WBBM-TV. Prior to his television career, Page held various positions in the Tribune newsroom for 11 years, including neighborhood news reporter and assistant city editor.
Page is the author of “Showing My Color: Impolite Essays on Race and Identity” and “A Bridge to the New Media Century.” He’s published articles in The New Republic, the Wall Street Journal, New York Newsday and Chicago Magazine, among others. Page is a regular essayist for “The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer” on PBS and has served as a news commentator on “The McLaughlin Group,” “Hardball,” Black Entertainment Television’s “Lead Story,” ABC’s “This Week” and NPR’s “Weekend Sunday.” He’s also hosted several PBS documentaries.
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