Roland Martin talks with Derrica Wilson, the founder and President of the Black and Missing Foundation Inc. about the large amount of missing minorities and the sex trafficking hubs in the USA which include Maryland, Atlanta, New York and Washington D.C.

According to recent statistics, persons of color make up an estimated 40 percent of missing people in the United States. Of that 85 percent were Black – far greater than their approximately 13 percent share of the U.S. population and yet they were the subject of fewer than 23 percent of all news reports.

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