GONE WITHOUT A TRACE: Heartbreaking Plight Of The 64,000 Black Women Missing Across America

 

A renewed campaign to highlight hundreds of missing African-American women has been launched amid ongoing criticism that less attention is given to their cases by authorities and the media.

According to the National Crime Information Center, nearly 40 per cent of those who have disappeared, often in suspicious circumstances, are black. However critics allege that public attention mainly focuses on white women who have vanished.  Some of the black women missing are nurses, lawyers, hair dressers, budding entrepreneurs.

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7 thoughts on “GONE WITHOUT A TRACE: Heartbreaking Plight Of The 64,000 Black Women Missing Across America

  1. This is very sad. My aunt niece and cousin from ghana is missing from 2010 in the usa. Black people from other parts of africa is missing in the usa since 2010 also heart breaking. Three somali blk girl also gone missing.

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  2. A vast number of trinis; jamaican and bajan women are also in the missing link. I believe that several group of men from varying backgrounds and religious sect: have been tracking down these women on and offline for a while before they go missing. Not one group but several different groups.

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