What began as a simple website featuring profiles of missing persons has become a calling for the two DC-area mothers, who work tirelessly to locate some of the 200,000 plus people of color who vanish each year.
Kalisha Madden, Raven Kimbrough, Jahessye Shockley and Mishell-Nicole Green are just a few of the African American women who have gone missing recently, and received no major media attention.
BAMFI and BMWK announced today that its first hour-long Twitter chat to bring awareness to missing persons of color proved to be an enormous success with more than 700 tweets and 1.6 million impressions reaching an audience of more than 213,000 followers.
Lamar and Ronnie Tyler, Co-Founders of BMWK, the largest African American marriage and parenting site on the web, today announced a partnership with BAM FI in an effort to help find and bring to attention the thousands of missing persons of color.
MICHAEL BAISDEN helped reunite a missing girl with her mother. Shortly after BAISDEN announced the partnership between his show and THE BLACK AND MISSING FOUNDATION, he was able to help locate three missing children.
Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. (BAM FI) announced today that missing four-year-old, Jhada Clarke, has been found safe and reunited with her mother. Jhada is BAM FI's 50th recovery since its inception.
Michael Baisden, motivational speaker, best selling author and host of nationally syndicated Michael Baisden Radio Show, today announced that he is partnering with BAM FI in a nationwide effort to help find and bring attention to the thousands of missing children of color.
Today, Black and Missing Foundation, Inc organized a search to find any evidence on the disappearance of Evelyn Shelton, who was last seen on May 20.
Black and Missing Foundation Inc (BAM FI) organizes search for missing Spartanburg, SC woman, Evelyn Shelton. Shelton, 42, was last seen at 10 pm Friday, May 20, 2011, after leaving a friend's house on North Dean Street.
The autopsy report came in last week. Sixteen-year-old Phylicia Barnes was murdered. Not that there was much doubt. But now it's official. Police aren't saying how or why, because it might hinder their investigation into who did this.