Black and Missing: Help Us Find Savanna Barnes

by Yah Yah

This week, we are asking for your help in locating Black and Missing teenager Savanna Barnes.

Savanna was last seen on Sunday, September 13, 2020, near the 4500 block of South Vincennes Avenue, in Chicago, IL.

According to Black & Missing, she was wearing black jogging pants, pink sandals and a brown Dunkin Donuts t-shirt at the time of her disappearance.

Savanna is five-foot-six inches tall. She is approximately 175 pounds and has brown eyes. Savanna was last seen wearing long black and brown twist braids that go down to the middle of her back and was carrying a black and white purse with flowers on it.

Anyone with information can contact the Black & Missing Foundation via the tip line or can call Area One detectives at 312-747-8380.

The Black & Missing Foundation has organized the ‘Hope Without Boundaries’ 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, May 21 (National Harbor, MD).

The walk is to bring awareness to the hundreds of thousands of persons of color who are missing throughout the nation and are often ignored by the media and law enforcement.

The deadline for the Early Bird Registration Discount for the ‘Hope Without Boundaries’ 5K Run/Walk is Thursday, March 31. Register TODAY:

About the Black & Missing Foundation:

BAMFI creates public awareness campaigns for public safety and provides parents and loved ones of missing persons with a forum for spreading the word of their disappearance, with pictures and profiles of missing individuals. BAMFI also utilizes a variety of media platforms, including print, television, radio, and social media, to help locate those missing.

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