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Haunted by these stories of vanished loved ones and driven by the need for attention and assistance for these forgotten women, former law enforcement officer Derrica and public relations expert Natalie operate a grassroots organization that raises awareness in communities, alerts media outlets to the plight of thousands of women and children and urges police departments to allocate more resources to this scourge.
Derrica and Natalie Wilson highlight cases in which biased law enforcement miscategorized missing Black women and girls as "runaways."
Shedding light on Pamela Butler's 2009 disappearance; John Walsh's creation of a national center for missing children; examining media bias and the phenomenon of missing white woman syndrome.
Derrica and Natalie explore the emotional toll of missing persons cases on the families of those left behind.
The Black and Missing Foundation explores the power of hope for the families of missing persons.
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