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R&B Singer Kelly Price's Missing Person Case Exposes the Colorline

In the wake of "missing White woman syndrome," society ignores missing Black women

Kelley Price's Headshot | Photo via Yahoo News

As "Missing White Woman Syndrome" takes center stage in our national discourse, we've discovered a treasured member of the Black community went missing back in August. But we're just learning about her disappearance…




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Allison Gaines

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