If you’re a daddy’s girls, you know how special the bond is between a man and his daughter. For most young girls of color in today’s society, they cannot relate. They have never had a dad who cared for them, guided them or in most cases claimed them. Statistics show that 82.3% of African American children born in the U.S. since 1990 will not live in the same household as their biological fathers before they graduate high school.
“Dear Daddy “is not just about the struggles to survive make it in this world as a young woman of color, it’s about the importance of a father’s role in the lives of their daughters.
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Men it’s time to became more than just a sperm donor. This is a must see for not only the M.I.A. dads, but for every young man who could possibly one day become a father.