The Nomalanga Show: Around 64,000 Black Women Reportedly Missing in the U.S.


By Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses and Victor Trammell

In a recent segment of the Nomalanga Show on, our website’s founder presented a topic, which is widely missing from America’s mainstream media circuits.

According to Insight News and a number of other American media sources, there are approximately 64,000 black women and girls classified as missing persons in the United States. A study conducted in 2010 by researchers from the University of Ohio revealed that biased media coverage disproportionately discounts the severity of this national crisis, which is affecting so many black women and girls.

Below, you can view a recently live-streamed video report on this issue via by our very own Nomalanga Mhauli-Moses.

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Source: The Fly Nubian Queen Network




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