“Da” is a Ghanaian term of affection for a man who takes the time to invest in children through their love, encouragement, protection, laughter, giving, and time. This Father’s Day, we are thankful for all of the Das, Daddys, Papas, uncles, brothers, godfathers, and mentors.
The Da Morgans who are always there to teach, and are ready with a smile, a game, and a quiet conversation.
The Da Bernards who fight for justice, hold us accountable, and hope and pray for our future as much as we do.
The Da Stephens who show us exactly what hard work and dedication look like, encourage curiosity, and believe in making a better tomorrow.