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<strong><em>from: <a href=”http://praisecleveland.com/&#8221; target=”_blank”>praisecleveland.com</a></em></strong>

The fatherless epidemic is an enormous problem throughout the African American community. Children are being raised without their dads, causing heartache, pain, and a sense of abandonment in the black family.  In a new documentary called “Dear Daddy,” Janks Morton takes an emotional look at  Fatherless Young Women and how it has affected their lives and relationships with others. Young women pen letters to their absentee fathers and read those letters on camera. Take a look at the trailer below

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