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Pitts was a Pulitzer finalist in criticism in 1993. His first book, “Becoming Dad: Black Men and the Journey to Fatherhood,” was released in 1999 and was followed by his critically acclaimed first novel, “Before I Forget,” in 2009.

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Pitts was a Pulitzer finalist in criticism in 1993. His first book, “Becoming Dad: Black Men and the Journey to Fatherhood,” was released in 1999 and was followed by his critically acclaimed first novel, “Before I Forget,” in 2009.

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PARK RAPIDS — All fathers are welcome to join a free, 13-week series of Fatherhood Skills Classes sponsored through St. Joseph’s Area Health Services. The class is a way for dads to learn new parenting skills, share experiences and develop …

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PARK RAPIDS — All fathers are welcome to join a free, 13-week series of Fatherhood Skills Classes sponsored through St. Joseph’s Area Health Services. The class is a way for dads to learn new parenting skills, share experiences and develop …

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He’d barely established himself when he discovered he was going to be a father. But instead of throwing him into a tailspin, fatherhood was a wake-up call. “Having a son saved my life,” said Theus, whose son is now 11. “He was my ‘Stay Out of Jail’ card.

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He’d barely established himself when he discovered he was going to be a father. But instead of throwing him into a tailspin, fatherhood was a wake-up call. “Having a son saved my life,” said Theus, whose son is now 11. “He was my ‘Stay Out of Jail’ card.

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He is finding fatherhood a lot easier the second time around. “I’m really the right age now. I like being home. When Mia [his eldest child] was born, I was 27. It was three years after Reality Bites came out. I look at pictures of myself and wonder …