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10th Child Recovered Through Partnership with the Michael Baisden Show ‘Missing Child of the Week’ Segment

(Landover Hills, Md) – The recovery of 15-year-old Abbianna Rodnyse Loseil of Brooklyn, NY on May 5, has lead to the safe return of 10 children through the partnership of Black and Missing Foundation, Inc (BAM FI) and the Michael Basiden Show – ‘Missing Child of the Week’ segment. Loseil had been missing since December 27, 2011.

“We rejoice each time one of our children is brought home safely, said Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson, founders of Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. The ‘Missing Child of the Week’ segment has proven to be a successful tool in returning these missing children with their families.”

“Working with Black and Missing Foundation, Inc. has been one of the most fulfilling experiences I’ve ever had,” said Michael Baisden host of the nationally syndicated Michael Baisden Radio Show. “There is nothing more traumatizing then losing your child and not knowing if they are alive or dead. It is extremely rewarding to have been able to assist in locating our missing children. Not only does it bring relief to the families but it gives hope to those who have been separated from their children. If we work together we can bring many more of our precious children home safely.”

Since September 2011, Michael Baisden partnered with BAM FI in a nationwide effort to help find and bring attention to the thousands of missing children of color.

Profiles of missing African American, Hispanic and Asian children are announced on the Michael Baisden Show daily as well as appear weekly on Mr. Baisden’s Web site and social media outlets. The profiles are provided from BAM FI database and are accompanied by information on the missing children.

“My search [for my daughter] is over,” said Sheryl Loseil. “Thank you for caring; thank you for listening; thank you for guiding me; and thank you for [using] your platform.”

About Black and Missing Foundation Inc.:

Black and Missing Foundation, Inc (BAMFI) is established as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, by a veteran law enforcement official and public relations specialist, whose mission is to bring awareness to missing persons of color; provide vital resources and tools to missing person’s families and friends; and to provide educational training on personal safety. BAMFI offers a free clearinghouse, which highlights profiles and information on missing persons of color, nationally. Profiles of missing individuals, throughout the nation, as well as news, information, and tips, can be found at BAMFI’s Web site:, IG: @blackandmissingfdn, Twitter: @BAM_FI or on Facebook:

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