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More than 60,000 black women are missing in America. One of the reasons we don’t hear much about that is the media. By some accounts, the press is four times more likely to report when a white person goes missing over someone who is black or brown.
It’s a problem when anyone goes missing. We’ll find out who’s most at risk and what’s being done to find them.
- Julia Craven Reporter for the Huffington Post.
- Robert Lowery Jr. Vice president of the Missing Children Division of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children; former assistant police chief in St. Louis' northern suburbs.
- Phylicia Henry Director of operations of Courtney's House, an organization that supports sex-trafficked youth between the ages of 12 and 21.
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