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TV One to debut new show on missing African Americans

16 Jan

S. Epatha Merkerson hosts a new series, Find Our Missing on TV One. The show focuses on missing African Americans and premieres January 18 at 10pm ET. Thank you TV One it’s about time someone in the media paid attention to this issue and these missing people.

Learn more and watch the shows trailer here: TV One to debut new show on missing African Americans

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Ruth Carter is missing!

1 Jun

Ruth Carter is missing

21 year old college student Ruth Carter is missing in New Orleans. Use the link below to see her picture and read more on her story:

http://aareports.com/2011/05/missing-black-woman-alert-ruth-carter.html

Kaylen Langon is missing!

20 Mar

Kaylen Langon a young black girl from Matteson Illinois is missing: http://aareports.com/2011/03/kaylen-langon-is-missing.html

Missing Black Woman Alert! Jacquelyn Williams is missing

20 Feb

Missing Black Woman Alert!  Jacquelyn Williams is missing

African American Reports: Missing Black Women Jacquelyn Williams of Georgia is missing.

Read more:
http://aareports.com/p/missing-black-women.html

Missing Black Woman Alert: Phylicia Barnes is missing

4 Jan

Missing Black Woman Alert: Phylicia Barnes is missing!

Phylicia Barnes is missing! While visiting in Baltimore 16 year old Phylicia Banes is missing.

Read more here: http://aareports.com/p/missing-black-women.html

Trudie Hall is missing!

3 Aug

Trudie Hall is missing!
Police are looking for a missing pregnant woman on the Cape. 23-year-old Trudie Hall of Nantucket went to Hyannis last week and never returned home.

Read more here: http://aareports.com/2010/08/missing-black-woam-alert-trudie-hall-is.html

New Book: One Black Man’s Thoughts

24 Aug

Let’s Talk Honestly: One Black Man’s Thoughts ( Kindle Edition ) just $1.50

An eBook collection of poems and essays by George L. Cook III. These writings are inspired by Mr. Cook’s experience’s as a soldier, community activist, time in politics, coach, husband, and father. And yes they are inpsired by his experiences as a black man living in the United States. The book touches on parenting, domestic abuse, Barack Obama, gang violence, education, AIDS, self esteem, missing black women, black hair and much more.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B002E19JKU