Watch: Hundreds Of Black Fathers Take Their Daughters To Daddy-Daughter Dance

A few weeks ago, hundreds of Black and beautiful father-daughter duos got dressed up in their Sunday best for The Black Star Project's annual Daddy-Daughter Dance in Bronzeville, Chicago. The special event is held every February around Valentine's Day to celebrate the irreplaceable love and bond between a father and daughter. With hundreds of fathers and daughters in attendance, the dance became the biggest event that the organization has ever put together. Take a look at this sweet video of the dance. It was recently shared on Twitter by Crystal Johnson.

The Black Star Project (TBSP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational services to disadvantaged Black communities. According to its website, "TBSP's work is motivated by its vision that all children, with the support of their families, neighborhoods and communities, will become 21st-century global citizens who are globally competent, globally cooperative and globally compassionate."

Black Star Project, thank you for using your platform to celebrate Black fatherhood and uplift the next generation.


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