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More Than Just DNA: Daddy’s Girl Celebrating Black & Brown Fathers

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The Revolutionary Sistas of the Diaspora are Black and Brown Sistas coming together to discuss topical issues of race, social & economic justice, gender equality and everything in between.

Our dads have a special place in our hearts, and a pivotal role in our homes. Last month we honored moms, so this month we wanted to focus on the most important male relationship in a woman’s life –her father. In the best case, he models the love that a woman needs in her life. But when that bond is broken or missing, it creates a void in the family – for daughters and sons alike.

Men sometimes get a bad rap in communities of color. But there are many, many brothers who do all the right things for their families, and we want to honor them.

Are you a father? We want to hear from you! What are the joys and challenges in being a dad? Whether you are a woman or man, join the conversation about fatherhood.

We will host an on air "open mic" session and we encourage everyone to call and join the conversation, or share personal reflections, poetry or song.  Call in with your dad on the line! Shout him out and tell her why you love him. Share a memory about your dearly departed father. Have some real talk about broken bonds to create space for forgiveness and healing. 

We're looking forward to sharing space with You! 

Open Phone Lines:  Dial-in with a funny story; a situation where he made you mad; what he taught you; what you miss most about him; or what do you enjoy most about your relationship now that you are an adult.

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