Why Black Parents Never Stop Worrying

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Here, Oprah speaks with Frank, the father to a son and a daughter, about having to focus heavily on surviving—instead of thriving—when bringing up Black children. "Imagine if, as a Black person, you just had to worry about being the best human being you could be in the world," Oprah posits, "and not having to worry about all of the stuff that comes with systemic racism."

"Oprah + 100 Black Fathers" airs June 30 at 10/9c on OWN.