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“Black and Missing” on the next “Conversations Of A Sistah”


If you’ve seen the movie “Get Out” it would really have you wondering if there is a chilling parody between the plot in the movie and the fact that aside from the missing teens in DC, there are currently 64,000 Black women missing in the United States. Although this number is alarming, it speaks to a much larger issue going on in our country that is failing to make top stories on evening news programs.

In the meantime, black lawmakers are calling on the FBI to investigate whether these developments are an anomaly or whether they are indicative of an underlying trend that must be addressed.

Join me at 6:30 p.m. EST onConversations Of A Sistahvia Blogtalk Radio with my special guest, Derrica N. Wilson (pictured left), President, Co-Founder, and CEO of the Black & Missing Foundation, Inc. for our discussion “Black and Missing” is there a parody from the movie “Get Out”. 

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52 thoughts on ““Black and Missing” on the next “Conversations Of A Sistah”

  1. Tracy the movie was surreal and really makes ya wonder if this is really happening??? The movie was both funny and edgy.

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    1. Adam
      Yea maybe that’s why Derrica from black and missing is her guest, she will break down reality vs. Art……i believe the movie to be true. 🤔

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  2. Derrica is a busy woman especially since all these black girls are missing in DC….she’s been on several media outlets sharing the plight of our people missing…i commend her.
    Tuning on to hear the show.

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      1. Hey everyone.
        Haven’t seen the movie yet, I plan too thou.
        But I’m still listening to the show that’s about to go down in 15 minutes. I can’t miss it.

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  3. I HAVNT SEEN GET OUT YET. BUT ERBODY TALKIN BOUT IT.
    I DO WANNA HEAR THE COMPARISON ON HOW SO MANY BLACK GURLS MISSING.

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  4. saw the movie now gotta hear the show and hear Tracy’s take on it.
    but she got Derrica ON so yea I’m on it.

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  5. I’ll see it for free.
    Wouldn’t pay to see yet another weak black boy hugged up on a snow bunny.
    Disgusting 😡

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    1. I just hope there are no spoilers.
      ———-
      The conversation is in comparison to black people missing.
      Are you serious?
      Why don’t you see the movie then listen to the show’s rewind.?

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  6. The movie really had me thinking. Could this be possible in real life?
    Jordan Peele was a success with this one.
    Can’t wait to hear the show.

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  7. Horror flick …Melaninated protagonists..not shown as pimps whores maids baby mommas white people shown in their true light as manipulative antagonists they are.I’m all for it!
    Tuning in Trace, you hit the nail with this topic. as usual.

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    1. Are u fucking drunk Angelhair?
      This movie is much more than a “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” theme in it, just by the previews alone. Ain’t nobody go missing and get hypnotized in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?”……stop trying to minimize the writer’s message.

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      1. This movie is much more than a “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” theme in it, just by the previews alone. Ain’t nobody go missing and get hypnotized in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?”……stop trying to minimize the writer’s message.
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        CoSign

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  8. Loved Derrica. KUDOS!
    How BRAVE of her and her sistah-n-law for starting the org. Donate people Donate.
    I asked Trace to post her info on the blog.

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