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#Houston, TX: 24y/o Clarence Robinson IV was last seen in the 2400 blk of Wheeler St on November 25, 2022. His clothing is unknown.

Clarence suffers from mental challenges (paranoia and schizophrenia) and is without his medication.

#HelpUsFindUs @houstonpolice

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Group: Black missing person cases lacking attention

According to the FBI, more than 93,000 people went missing in 2021. More than 29,000 are Black. That's nearly a third of cases, although Black people make up 12% of the population.

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and The Black and Missing Foundation to Participate in New REELZ Series “ON PATROL: LIVE”

Live police show will spotlight real world cases of missing persons, utilize viewer tips in real time to help recover missing children and adults.

Renewed call for information in 2014 Washington, D.C. disappearance of 8-year-old Relisha Rudd

The 8-year-old was last seen on March 1, 2014 at a motel in Washington, D.C. with 51-year-old Kahlil Tatum.

CrimeCon 2022 CLUE Awards: The Black and Missing Foundation Wins CLUE’s ‘Crimefighter of the Year’ Award

The Black and Missing Foundation have received the inaugural Crimefighter Award, which is presented to an individual or organization that have provided justice for crime victims.

Dan Abrams to Host First Clue Awards, Nominees Announced for True Crime Award (EXCLUSIVE)

The Black and Missing Foundation have received the inaugural Crimefighter Award, which is presented to an individual or organization that have provided justice for crime victims.

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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."

---- TANYA PORTER-DAVIS

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