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Celebrating 14 Years of Service to Help Us Find Us


Matias Guzman (details | poster)
Cedar Hill, TX
DOB: 07/17/1962
Missing since 03/12/2023
Sandy Selmour (details | poster)
Charlotte County, FL
DOB: 12/02/1992
Missing since 03/01/2023

Thousands of people are reported missing every year in the U.S. and while not every case will get widespread media attention, the coverage of white and minority victims is far from proportionate.

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Searching for Shakiyla

On an all new episode of "The Oh My Goff Show" podcast, Angie spoke with Michelle Wardlaw, a mom who's still searching for her daughter who disappeared from their Temple Hills, Maryland home more than two months ago.
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Kristi McCoy (details | poster)
Jackson, MS
DOB: 03/19/1978
Missing since 07/02/2020
Cynthia Braga (details | poster)
Wheaton, MD
DOB: 05/04/1971
Missing since 07/10/2003
Daryelle Croslin (details | poster)
Glen Burnie, MD
DOB: 01/01/2004
Missing since 06/02/2022
De'Nita Barrett (details | poster)
Baltimore, MD
DOB: 08/10/1999
Missing since 11/27/2012


GREAT NEWS: Lauren Kingsbury has been found. In the second photo, please read an update from @LaurelPD

Thank you to everyone who shared her photo around. We are glad that Lauren is safe.


Enraging! This situation exemplifies the adultification of Black girls. As this grown man hovers menacingly over this little girl notice who intervenes & who stands by. Then notice how many come to the aid of a grown man behaving threateningly to a child.

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.

- MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. (1929-1968)

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Your financial donation to the Black and Missing Foundation helps advance our mission to help bring awareness to missing people of color around the nation; conduct searches; and educate our communities on personal safety. All donations are tax-deductible.


One of the most effective ways to bring awareness to “our missing” is by sharing their profiles on your social media and with your friends and family. One share may be all it takes to find the missing link or information that could help reunite a family or provide closure.


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