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When a Black Woman Disappears, Who Is Trying to Find Her?

The media and law enforcement continue to dismiss our missing persons cases, leaving loved ones left behind to find answers

Illustration: Charlotte Fu

The inside of a midsize storage unit in Prince George’s County, Maryland, is stacked, floor to ceiling, with the belongings that tell the story of Unique Harris’…




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Janelle Harris Dixon

Janelle Harris Dixon

I'm a writer, editor and storyteller slaying race, class and culture-isms. I love Five Guys fries, The Walking Dead and you. My mind's my 9, my pen's my Mac-10.

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