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Black and Missing


Black and Missing


"Black and Missing" is a documentary series that highlights the stories of missing people of color. The series sheds light on the challenges faced by families and law enforcement agencies in finding missing people of color, and the disproportionate media coverage that missing white people receive compared to missing people of color. The series is hosted by Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson, the co-founders of the organization Black and Missing, which aims to bring attention to the cases of missing people of color.

The series features interviews with family members of missing people of color, as well as law enforcement officials and other experts in the field of missing persons. The stories of missing people of color featured in the series highlight the need for greater awareness and resources to address this issue. The series also provides tips on what to do if a loved one goes missing, and highlights the importance of reporting missing persons cases to law enforcement immediately.

"Black and Missing" is an important series that raises awareness about the issue of missing people of color. The series provides a platform for families of missing people of color to share their stories, and for experts to provide insights on the challenges faced in addressing this issue. The series also serves as a call to action for greater media coverage and resources to address the problem of missing people of color.

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Zahra Almailady

Zahra Almailady is a wife and mom first but she discovered a passion for cinema and after graduating from UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television she dove into cinematography. Now Zahra writes movie reviews just for fun ad really enjoys it. Zahra loves reading, cooking,  and windsurfing. She lives in New Zealand, with her husband two sons, and four cats.

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