In Washington D.C.? Please Attend this Event For Missing Black/Latino Children

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(Washington DC) Wednesday March 29, 6pm, at the African American Civil War Memorial Museum 1925 Vermont Ave NW the National Black United Front (NBUF) will host an interfaith prayer vigil and call to action in support of the families locally and nationally that have been are missing family members and friends. NBUF will also discuss with the community its family safety and action plan to to prevent someone from being abducted. The plan will also include steps to take incase a family member or friend is determined to be missing.
According to the National Crime Information Center, there are 170,899 missing black children under 18 in the United States. This is more than any other category except for the white/Hispanic. They combined for 264,443. Currently there are 38 missing person cases that are active in Washington open according to Metropolitan Police Department. Many fear that there is a possibility that some of the missing individuals could be victims of human trafficking. Per the U.S. State Department, 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year, of which 80% are female and half are children.
The prayer vigil and call to action is co-sponsored by Big Dreams, Inc., Black Millennials for Flint, DC Justice Collaborative, DMV Social, Greater Washington Urban League’s Thursday Network, The Luv Lounge, Nation of Islam Muhammad Mosque #4, Project Color Me , Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc. and We Act Radio Station.

DATE: Wednesday March 29, 2017

TIME: 6pm

LOCATION: African American Civil War Memorial Museum 1925 Vermont Ave NW Washington DC

 

(Washington DC) Wednesday March 29, 6pm, at the African American Civil War Memorial Museum 1925 Vermont Ave NW the National Black United Front (NBUF) will host an interfaith prayer vigil and call to action in support of the families locally and nationally that have been are missing family members and friends. NBUF will also discuss with the community its family safety and action plan to to prevent someone from being abducted. The plan will also include steps to take incase a family member or friend is determined to be missing.
According to the National Crime Information Center, there are 170,899 missing black children under 18 in the United States. This is more than any other category except for the white/Hispanic. They combined for 264,443. Currently there are 38 missing person cases that are active in Washington open according to Metropolitan Police Department. Many fear that there is a possibility that some of the missing individuals could be victims of human trafficking. Per the U.S. State Department, 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year, of which 80% are female and half are children.
The prayer vigil and call to action is co-sponsored by Big Dreams, Inc., Black Millennials for Flint, DC Justice Collaborative, DMV Social, Greater Washington Urban League’s Thursday Network, The Luv Lounge, Nation of Islam Muhammad Mosque #4, Project Color Me , Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc. and We Act Radio Station.

DATE: Wednesday March 29, 2017

TIME: 6pm

(Washington DC) Wednesday March 29, 6pm, at the African American Civil War Memorial Museum 1925 Vermont Ave NW the National Black United Front (NBUF) will host an interfaith prayer vigil and call to action in support of the families locally and nationally that have been are missing family members and friends. NBUF will also discuss with the community its family safety and action plan to to prevent someone from being abducted. The plan will also include steps to take incase a family member or friend is determined to be missing.
According to the National Crime Information Center, there are 170,899 missing black children under 18 in the United States. This is more than any other category except for the white/Hispanic. They combined for 264,443. Currently there are 38 missing person cases that are active in Washington open according to Metropolitan Police Department. Many fear that there is a possibility that some of the missing individuals could be victims of human trafficking. Per the U.S. State Department, 600,000 to 800,000 people are trafficked across international borders every year, of which 80% are female and half are children.
The prayer vigil and call to action is co-sponsored by Big Dreams, Inc., Black Millennials for Flint, DC Justice Collaborative, DMV Social, Greater Washington Urban League’s Thursday Network, The Luv Lounge, Nation of Islam Muhammad Mosque #4, Project Color Me , Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc. and We Act Radio Station.

DATE: Wednesday March 29, 2017

TIME: 6pm

LOCATION: African American Civil War Memorial Museum 1925 Vermont Ave NW Washington DC

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