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David Parker spoke to reporters yesterday with his wife, Tonia. Above, the cover of the book at issue.
David Parker spoke to reporters yesterday with his wife, Tonia. Above, the cover of the book at issue. (Globe Staff Photo / Tom Landers) Globe Staff Photo / Tom Landers

Arrested father had point to make

Disputed school's lesson on diversity

By Maria Cramer and Ralph Ranalli
Globe Staff / April 29, 2005

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CONCORD -- For David Parker, the first alarm went off in January, when his 5-year-old son came home from his kindergarten class at Lexington's Joseph Estabrook School with a bag of books promoting diversity. (Full article: 888 words)

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