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HBO Documentary Series BLACK AND MISSING, Spotlighting The Black And Missing Foundation’s Commitment To Locating Missing Persons Of Color, Debuts November 23

Four-part documentary series BLACK AND MISSING, by multiple Emmy® winner Geeta Gandbhir and award-winning documentarian, journalist, author and activist Soledad O’Brien, follows sisters-in-law and Black and Missing Foundation founders Derrica and Natalie Wilson as they fight an uphill battle to bring awareness to the Black missing persons cases that are marginalized by law enforcement and national media.
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The Black & Missing Foundation seeks Grant Writer

The Black and Missing Foundation (BAMFI) is seeking an experienced, engaged, and enthusiastic grant writer to join our team. This position will oversee grant writing, fundraising, and all activities that identify, secure, nurture, and engage government, foundations, corporate and individual donors of BAMFI.
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Black and Missing Foundation Commemorates 12th Anniversary with a Day of Service; Distributing Food and Household Essentials to 200 District of Columbia Residents to Fill the Gap During COVID-19

In commemoration of its 12th anniversary, the Black and Missing Foundation (BAMFI) will host a "Day of Service" on Sunday, May 24, to provide 200 families in the District of Columbia with much needed food and household supplies to assist with the COVID-19 relief efforts.
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Black and Missing Foundation Founders Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson Honored to be Named Black Girls Rock! 2017 Community Change Agents

We are honored to be named the BlackGirlsRock! 2017 "Community Change Agents." Thank you Beverly Bond, Debra Lee and BET for this amazing opportunity to raise awareness of our missing. At the Black and Missing Foundation, we believe that every missing person, regardless of age, race, mental ability, or circumstance, deserve awareness.
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Black and Missing Foundation “Hope Without Boundaries” 5th Annual 5K a Success; $20,000 Raised; 1200 Participated

The Black and Missing Foundation 5th Annual "Hope Without Boundaries" 5K (HWB5K) fundraising campaign, held on June 3, raised $20,000 and attracted more than 1200 participants from around the country. The annual run/walk brings together families and communities to shed light on the issue of missing persons of color throughout the country.
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