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The Miya Marcano Story Deserves More Attention

As provided by OCS’s Facebook Page

Editor’s note: Since the publication of this story, Miya Marcano’s body has been found.

Miya Marcano, 19, has been missing since this past Friday. She was last seen at the Orlando, Florida apartment where she lived and worked. News about Marcano began to circulate, four days after her disappearance. Four days too late. The media’s inability to move quickly on covering Marcano’s…

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