When white women go missing, it’s a cause for national concern. The nation learns their names and vital information about their lives before they disappeared.
When a black woman goes missing, usually the local news covers the story.
Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case for thirty-five-year-old Shandell McLeod of Georgia. McLeod had been missing for five months before the media started covering her absence.
Find out what information they do have on McLeod and what her family has to say about the lack of media coverage at theGrio.com.
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