Derrica and Natalie Wilson, co-founders of the Black and Missing Foundation, join "GMA3" to discuss the disproportionate number of people of color who go missing in the U.S.
The Maryland-based Black and Missing Foundation is the focus of Spotlight New Jersey.
Sunday, April 30 marks six years since Keir Johnson and her infant daughter Chloe went missing.
Each year, thousands of Black youth and women go missing across the U.S. at a disproportionate rate. And despite the desperate pleas for media attention, their cases are often overlooked, failing to grab national headlines.
The search for Carol Renee Carter, a 67-year-old woman who has been missing since August 25, 2020, continues more than two years and seven months later.
From the ‘Missing White Woman Syndrome’ to ‘Adultification,’ layers of bias prevent their safe return.
Shariah Williams has been missing since February 23. The North Central High School student was last seen in her bedroom and never returned home that day.
Black women in Minnesota are three times more likely to be murdered than White women, and their cases are less likely to be solved.
The new Lifetime movie focuses on a Black mother begging local media to cover her daughter’s disappearance.
The legislation would establish an office to review missing persons and cold cases.