In less than two weeks, at least 10 Negro teenage girls have gone missing in Washington, D.C. Since 2014, over 64,000 Indigenous Negro women and girls have gone missing. And no one seems to care. Certainly not the media, and if we’re honest about it, not even us. In fact, 40% of all missing people in America are Negro. While the deaths of Negro teens like Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Freddie Gray caused both a media circus and even riots, our missing and murdered Negro Indian women and girls has largely gone without much attention. And to make matters worse, some of us are agents, complicit in helping those that wish to abduct our women and girls. Why aren’t we protecting our women? Have we so given in to the misogyny and chauvinist beliefs of European patriarchy that we’re willing to stand by and watch as our women are being beaten, brutalized, raped, kidnapped and abducted? Join me and guest Toni Rivera as we discuss. Call (563) 999-3442 and press 1 to join the conversation.
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