Finding Tamika

The Aftermath

Play Video about Erika Alexander posts a video speaking about the neglect of missing black women in the media and asks for her listeners to share their personal stories involving missing people using #FindHer on social media platforms.

Black girls and women go missing everyday, but not without a trace. Let's find them.

Tell me about your relative or friend who’s gone missing. Stitch my video on TikTok, and record a video about your process of healing. Use the hashtag #FindHer and I will amplify your story.
 
On my TikTok video, tap the arrow near the bottom right corner. Then tap “Stitch,” then “Next” to record your video response as a stitch to my video post.
 
Love,
 
Erika Alexander, Creator of Finding Tamika

Find Her. Keep Her. Lose Her. Weep Her.

Stories of the missing.

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The Vivid Faces Of The Vanished Women And Girls Of California

Some of the most prolific serial killers in history in the United States have used the state of California as their hunting ground. According to a 2022 report from ‘the World Population Review, California has 1,777 known serial killer victims and 4.44 victims per 100,000 people, more than any other state…

Black girls and women disappear every day, but not without a trace. Follow along with this neo-noir, true crime drama as we search for Tamika Huston, a 24-year-old Black woman from Spartanburg, SC who went missing in 2004.

Finding Tamika has been announced as a finalist in the 2023 duPont Columbia Awards

The duPont-Columbia Awards uphold the highest standards in journalism by honoring winners annually, informing the public about those journalists’ contributions and supporting journalism education and innovation, thereby cultivating a collective spirit for the profession.

Tamika Huston is pictured on stage holding a microphone.

Thank you to the family of Tamika Huston and the city of Spartanburg, South Carolina for sharing the story of Tamika Huston with us. Because of you, we are able to amplify Tamika’s story and inspire a nation to speak louder about missing Black girls and women.

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This is a cry for help through tears

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This is a cry for help through tears, we are refugees from Ukraine,

My daughter’s leg was torn off by a shell and she needs surgery,

We cry and pray every day, there is nothing to buy us food,

My mom is crippled by brain cancer, she needs an operation,

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Find Her. Weep Her.

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