Chyna Crawford has not been seen since Oct. 23. D.C. police say her disappearance is "suspicious."
In a groundbreaking move to address the rate at which Black youth and young women go missing in the United States, California has taken a significant step forward.
The state of California has recently adopted the “Ebony Alert” notification system to help bring more attention to missing Black children and women, which is the first of its kind in the nation, and now, many are questioning whether Texas should adopt a similar bill.
The current nationwide Amber Alert system is often not enough in many cases and has limitations for activation, so the new Ebony Alert in California is a step in the right direction.
“Being held against your will and having to do things with older men — and I wasn’t even developed yet,” Alexis Skyy elaborated in this exclusive chat during REVOLT WORLD.
There will be a candlelight vigil to call attention to the plight of missing and murdered women and girls of color this Friday, Nov. 3, 5:45 p.m. at City Hall Park in lower Manhattan.
Recently, Cali Governor Gavin Newsom signed the Ebony Alert system into law— the first state to notify the public when Black children and women disappear.
Arianna Fitts went missing in San Francisco, CA in 2016. Her aunt Tess Fitts reacts to the New Ebony Alert Law in California.