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Missing Blacks Get Less Media Attention
November 10, 2009
The pain was so visible on Kyana Hunt's face that she could barely speak about her missing mother.
Avoid Abduction: Tips To Save Your Life
November 3, 2009
Following the recent discovery of eleven murdered Black woman in Cleveland at the hands of a convicted rapist and the ongoing FBI investigation of nine missing Black women in North Carolina, Black and Missing, Inc. President and CEO Derrica Wilson shares why she and co-founder Natalie Wilson are fighting for missing Black women and tips to save your life.
Black & Missing: Giving Voice to the Lost
April 23, 2009
In June 2005, cultural reporter and journalist Kristal Brent Zook published an article in Essence that broke the dam of silence on the media's blatant disregard for the lives of missing persons of color.
Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. Celebrates the Life of Tamika Huston
December 11, 2008
Today, on what would be her 29th birthday, Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. is remembering the life of Tamika Huston who disappeared in May 2004 from Spartanburg, South Carolina and was ultimately found murdered.
Finding Blacks Gone Missing
May 29, 2008
Tamika Huston went missing in the late spring of 2004, disappearing from the Spartanburg, S.C., area. The 24-year-old's remains would be found by police a year later in a wooded area after her boyfriend confessed to her murder.
Local Organization Launches Service to Focus on Cases of Missing Persons of Color
May 24, 2008
Derrica Wilson, president and CEO of Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. (BAM FI), today announced the launch of a free, Web-based service whose mission is to maximize exposure of missing persons of color so that they can be reunited with their loved ones.