In commemoration of its 12th anniversary, the Black and Missing Foundation (BAMFI) will host a "Day of Service" on Sunday, May 24, to provide 200 families in the District of Columbia with much needed food and household supplies to assist with the COVID-19 relief efforts.
The San Francisco Police Department announced a $100,000 reward on Friday for information about the disappearance of a 2-year-old girl and the murder of her mother in 2016.
Derrica Wilson and her sister Natalie noticed what had become the norm for mainstream media when it comes to the plight of missing women and girls of color: there was little to no media coverage.
Six years after 8-year-old Relisha Rudd vanished in Washington, D.C., the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has released a new age-progression image for what she may look now at 14.
Hundreds of thousands of people of color are reported missing each year, and one D.C.-based nonprofit organization said the public normally does not hear about them.
People might be less familiar with the story of Arianna Fitts, a 2-year-old who went missing in 2016 before her mother was found brutally murdered in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The alleged kidnapping of a 5-year-old girl — missing since Monday, Sept. 16 — from a predominantly Hispanic southern New Jersey suburb has brought an outpouring of support for her family in Bridgeton.
Three-year-old Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney was abducted from a birthday party on Oct. 13. Her body was found 10 days later in a landfill 17 miles away.
A year ago, Kierra Coles, a young, pregnant U.S. postal worker, disappeared from her Chicago neighborhood.
It's been two years since Maryland native and mother Akia Eggleston vanished in Baltimore just days before her baby shower.