Today, many young girls and women around the world struggle with overcoming the mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical impact that absent fathers have on them from birth to old age. Misplaced anger, abandonment issues, low self-esteem, depression, and a feeling of emptiness are just a few of the obstacles daddyless daughters face daily.
In 2016, on the campus of Prairie View A&M University Daddyless Daughter. Inc was founded by Jamaya Walker with the mission to not only bring awareness to the impact absent fathers have on women, but also to provide a safe environment for women to come together to discuss and overcome issues rooted in being daddyless. Through seminars, events, mentorship, and the creative arts Daddyless Daughter is designed to help "broken" women reconcile, re-empower & regain control of their childhood
Currently in the United States..
25% of American children have absent fathers
Children in America without fathers:
60% African - American
More than girls with scars
Real women, Real Testimonies
Pain Pen Power: "A Writing and Reflection Journal for Daddyless Daughters"