When it comes to missing people, the media seems to be biased towards a certain racial demographic. Thousands of cases never make the news, but why? Janet has an important and emotional conversation with guests Derrick Butler, Natalie Wilson, Ava Greenwell and Gaetane Borders.
BAM FI announced today that it will launch a new weekly on-line video advice column, which will provide sound advice on what to do when a loved one is missing, whom to contact, how best to assist law enforcement and the media, and steps to take on keeping your loved ones safe.
On a summer day in 2010, Ethan Condon stepped off a Greyhound bus in Atlanta, called his mother, then disappeared.
S. Epatha Merkerson, a long-time "Law & Order" star who is the host of TV One's show "Find Our Missing." She, along with Derrica Wilson, president of the Black and Missing Foundation, joined Roland S. Martin on the Essence.com stage at the convention center to discuss "Find Our Missing" and increasing awareness for missing African-Americans.
Gaywood Elementary School students received a simple chant about what to do when approached by a stranger.
CUMULUS MEDIA NETWORKS syndicated property The MICHAEL BAISDEN Show has announced the recovery of 14-year-old DETAIJA JONES of BALTIMORE on MAY 25th. The recovery marks the 12th child found through The MICHAEL BAISDEN Show’s "Missing Child of the Week" segment. DETAIJA had been missing since FEBRUARY 8th.
It's only appropriate that one of the cases that helped launch National Missing Children's Day may be coming to a resolution after 33 years almost to the day. New York City Police announced Thursday that they arrested a New Jersey man who allegedly confessed to the murder of Etan Patz.
A surprisingly high percentage of the missing persons in the U.S. are black people. However, missing blacks don't often garner a great deal of media attention. It's something the black community has noticed, and is trying to change.
In commemoration of National Missing Children's Day on May 25, Television and Radio Journalist Jacque Reid, along with Black and Missing Foundation, Inc (BAM FI) share important information and tips to keep children safe.
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.