Founded in 2008 by Tina Frundt, Courtney's House is a non-residential "drop-in" center that provides long-term therapy, counseling and other services for those traumatized by sex trafficking.
When Jayme Closs went missing from her Barron, Wisconsin, home on October 15, 2018, local law enforcement gathered more than 80 surveillance videos from businesses, citizens, and highways to investigate the murder of her parents and locate the lost teen.
The Black and Missing Foundation is celebrating 10-years of hope.
What started 10 years ago as a passion project between two sisters-in-law to bring attention to the growing number of missing persons of color, has evolved into one of the nation’s top minority-run organizations, reuniting families and providing much needed closure for others.
Derrica & Natalie Wilson On How Social Media Helps Find Missing Children
The Black and Missing Foundation is coordinating a drive to gather needed items for those affected by Hurricane Harvey and to bring some relief to families.
A Trinidadian woman was among the honourees at this year's edition of BET's Black Girls Rock.
Imagine sending your child to school like any other day but they never come home. Then you get the phone call. "Your child is missing." Those four words are a parent's worst nightmare.
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.
Halle Berry's new film, "Kidnap"—about a mother's quest to save her son after he is abducted—channels the ferocity of a mama bear protecting her cub.