According to Attorney General David Yost's office, 15,335 children have gone missing in Ohio in 2023.
Jennifer Joyce Barton, 20, was last seen on May 16, 1976. According to officials, she went to the movies with a friend.
A task force investigating missing BIPOC women and girls passed the legislature during the 2023 session, and still has a chance to be approved by Governor Hochul.
In America, there is an epidemic of missing Black women and girls.
California is addressing the disproportionate representation of Black individuals in missing persons cases by introducing the nation’s first Ebony Alert system.
It's been six days since Shakeira Rucker, a Winter Springs mother of four, disappeared.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of people go missing in the United States. Although African Americans represent thirteen percent of the population, people of color make up roughly forty percent of missing persons cases.
On Oct. 8, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 673 into law, creating the new Ebony Alert System for missing Black youth and young women which will be put into place by the California Highway system starting Jan. 1, 2024.
Sky'Kemmia Pate was just 8 years old when she vanished from her family's porch in Unadilla, Ga., — a town roughly 45 miles outside of Macon — on Sept. 4, 1998.
Chyna Crawford has not been seen since Oct. 23. D.C. police say her disappearance is "suspicious."