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Aisha Tomlinson, center, walks with her daughter's Aleyah Joseph, left, and Alaysia Joseph after picking up Aleyah from the kindergarten afterschool program at Harlem Children's Zone Promise Academy Charter School in New York.
Aisha Tomlinson, center, walks with her daughter's Aleyah Joseph, left, and Alaysia Joseph after picking up Aleyah from the kindergarten afterschool program at Harlem Children's Zone Promise Academy Charter School in New York. (Globe Photo / Tina Fineberg) Globe Photo / Tina Fineberg

Black parents tackle a gap

By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / March 28, 2005

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NEW YORK -- Aisha Tomlinson is a receptionist living in Harlem, but she parents her two young daughters like a professional in the suburbs. (Full article: 1221 words)

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