‘Dear Daddy’ Documentary Gives Voice to Black Women Without Fathers (Video)

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Almost everyone you talk to has their story about Daddy and most of us know someone who grew up without one. They wonder where he is, why he treated them so bad, does he think about us, but most of all, why did he leave? Some saw the relationship he had with their mother up close and personal, so they know why he left. But the question still remains, “Why didn’t he at least see about me?”

These questions and the emotional trauma left behind from daddy’s absence are depicted in a new documentary entitled “Dear Daddy”. Eight women from Washington, D.C., talk about the effects of daddy’s absence on their lives. The documentary is directed by Janks Morton, who tries to reunite the girls with their fathers and give them a chance to voice the real struggle that occurs without daddy.

Go here to find out more about the outreach media organization, iYAGO Entertainment Group, that have dedicated their works to “familial reconciliation and healing.”

Check out the trailer.

-J.C. Brooks