March 1 marks one year since the disappearance of Tiffany Foster, a mother of three who went to the store one night and has not been seen since.
Black and Missing brings awareness to the Black missing person cases that are often buried by law enforcement and ignored by national media.
Ignored by the media and pushed aside by the police, families and supporters of Black women are building their own missing persons operations online.
On this episode of YBO, Christina speaks with Derrica and Natalie Wilson, sisters-in-law and founders of the Black and Missing Foundation.
HBO's 'Black and Missing,' a documentary series featuring the work of the Black and Missing Foundation, which raises awareness of and searches for missing people of color, is discussed by the co-founder and CEO of the foundation, Derrica Wilson.
Derrica Wilson is a co-founder of Black and Missing Foundation Inc., a non-profit organization with the mission of bringing awareness to missing people of color. She joined "NewsNation Prime" to explain why Black missing people are often marginalized by law enforcement and the media.
Areva Martin sits down with Natalie Wilson, Co-Founder of the Black and Missing Foundation Inc.
In 2004, Tamika Huston went missing from Spartanburg, N.C. Her family and friends organized an exhaustive search for the 24-year-old nursing student, but received frustratingly little press coverage from news outlets.
An HBO documentary highlights the racial disparities in how missing persons cases are handled, and how the Black and Missing Foundation is making a difference.
'Black and Missing,' an HBO documentary, explores the socioeconomic factors and perceptions that play a role in the disappearances of Black women and girls.