My youngest son is missing. His name is Christian Muse aka “Twin”. He is 6ft tall and about 145 lbs…. He was last seen in the Glass Manor area of Oxon Hill (Maryland). No one has seen or heard from him, even his closest friends. We are all worried sick. Some of his hang out spots are Swann Rd in Suitland, and Crofutt St. off of Minnesota Ave and Trinidad in DC. You may have seen him in your travels, know him or knows someone that does. So please, all of you who can take the time to ask around please do so…..Please keep my family and I in prayer. Thank You! – Michael Muse (Christian’s Father)
Michael Muse, a professional vocalist with local bands such as Proper Utensils and formerly of Rare Essence, hopes that either he or someone up on the stage will see his son in the crowd at a performance. He hopes one of his son’s friends will see him and report back….
“It’s been far too long. We are a family in peril and we want our loved one back,” states an emotional Muse. “As a father, I’m living a parent’s worst nightmare not knowing whether my son is dead or alive, sick or injured or whether he even knows where home is anymore. (Read More)
Click here for Christian’s profile.
Click here to submit an anonymous tip.
3rd Annual Hope Without Boundaries 5K Run/Walk
Will you join us on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at the National Harbor in Fort Washington, Maryland for a day of ‘Hope Without Boundaries’?
Get involved today and join us for a day of joy, friendship, and remembrance… a day to honor our missing — like Christian Muse.
EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS MAY 22ND!
If you can’t make it to the race, register for the Satellite 5K and walk in your own neighborhood or city. Hurry, registration for the Satellite 5K closes next month — Thursday, April 23rd!
Also, check out the team and individual fundraising page to DONATE and support the ‘Hope Without Boundaries’ runners and walkers.
For those who have already registered, thank you for your participation and we look forward to seeing you at the National Harbor on Saturday, May 30, 2015!
Special Screening & Panel Discussion: Black and Missing in America
From OSCAR® and 16-TIME EMMY® AWARD-WINNING PRODUCER
ARNOLD SHAPIRO and DIRECTOR/PRODUCER MARLENE McCURTIS
If you are located in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area, please join us for a short film that highlights the work of the Black and Missing Foundation, and our quest to provide a voice and equal opportunity for missing persons of color. A panel discussion will be held after the movie with the creators of the film.
Hosted by Micheline Bowman
Date: Thursday, May 7, 2015
Time: 6:30PM – 7:30PM (Doors open at 6PM)
Location: THEARC THEATRE
1901 Mississippi Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20020
Light refreshments will be served.
This event is FREE and open to the public. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 30th.
BAMFI In the News
Where is Relisha?
One year ago, 8-year-old Relisha Rudd vanished. The second-grader had been living with her mother and three brothers in a grimy shelter for homeless families at the former D.C. General Hospital… (read more)
Natalie & Derrica: Talk On DCN
TALK on DCN is one of the network’s most powerful, exciting and engaging new shows. This thought-provoking series features celebrities, survivors, politicos, activists and everyday people all sharing… (read more)
Why We Speak Up…
When the Black and Missing Foundation, Inc (www.BAMFI.org) began in 2008, 30 percent of all persons missing were of color. Sadly, that number has grown — seemingly to a new record setting incline…(read more)
Black and Missing Foundation, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax-deductible.
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