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The Black and Missing Foundation Partners with Traffic Sales and Profit to Launch New Initiatives Supporting Families of Missing People of Color

Partnership includes a new reward program and free child-ID kits to families nationwide.

NewsNation Interview with Natalie Wilson and Derrica Wilson

BAMFI's Founder's Natalie Wilson and Derrica Wilson talk with Elizabeth Smart on NewsNation.

‘Untold Stories: Black And Missing’ Podcast Sheds Light On Underreported Cases Of Missing Black People

A groundbreaking podcast, Untold Stories: Black and Missing, spearheaded by the visionary duo Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson of BAMFI Enterprises, sheds light on the overlooked narratives of Black missing individuals.

Majority of victims of child sex trafficking in TN are minorities; Blackburn and state leaders discuss ways to protect them

US Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee), Metro Police Chief John Drake, the director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations, NFL alumni, and others met on Wednesday to discuss ways to combat the trafficking of minority children in Tennessee.

Ignored by police, a mom tried to find her missing daughter. She wound up in jail

When Latricia Hartley realized her daughter went missing, she did what any parent would do. She called the police.

Grandmother pleading for help in February disappearance of missing Missouri teen T’Montez Hurt

The 19-year-old was last seen walking away from a Greyhound bus station in Kansas City, Missouri.

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"God Bless you! My mom contacted me to say that my daughter Ashleigh Porter was in Ebony magazine. I was so glad that my missing child was given the opportunity to this type of exposure. It has been so hard. She went missing on April 20, 2009. I agree totally that law enforcement and the media in some instances do us no justice. I knew nothing of your organization prior to this, but I'll know more now. You have given me a great service and I feel indebted to you. I do not want people to forget about my Ashleigh. Thank you again and bless your hearts for starting this organization."


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