Carlee Russell, A Wandering Baby, And The Politics Of A Tall Tale
Opinion: Even if she is lying, it shouldn’t distract from the very real issue of Black women remaining in danger of abduction.
Investigators Reveal They Are ‘Unable To Verify’ Carlethia Russell’s Abduction Claim
Police are having difficulties finding the evidence that proves the 25-year-old Hoover, Ala., woman’s kidnapping story.
California Bill Seeks To Create ‘Ebony Alert’ System To Report Missing Black Women, Youth
Black women and children disappear disproportionately and without getting the same attention as their white counterparts, Sen. Steven Bradford says.
Minnesota House Bill Would Create Office of Missing and Murdered Black Women and Girls
The first such office in the US could be created if the bill receives approval from the Minnesota State Senate and governor.
The First Task Force For Murdered And Missing Black Women Has Just Launched
The task force comprises advocacy groups, court representatives, and law enforcement