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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Latasha Norman.

Where is Latasha Norman?









Why
is it that when a white college student disappear the white media will go across the globe looking for her. When a black college student disappears. The white media shuts it down.
Bridget Johnson at Pajama Media notes "For every Chandra Levy, Laci Peterson, Elizabeth Smart or Natalee Holloway, there are dozens more victims whose cases go ignored by the media." She goes on to ask" if some lives - those of the cute, white, female, wealthy and preferably blond - are worth more than others." More HERE Even the Chief of Police says the her case is ignored because of her race. It's a disgrace that the national media gave limited air time to this situation. Thank god for black bloggers who have been getting the word out. Black web sites, and bloggers like, Paula Neal Mooney, Black Perspective, Voices of color , Black Universe the colored Section , George L. Cooke and finally, ABC News who reports on: Why One and Not the Other? It's interesting that very few progressive white bloggers have commented on the case, Missing Woman Coverage a Black and White Issue.

Where is Latasha Norman?

This is the case involving
Jackson State university (JSU) student Latasha Norman. More HERE



The Jackson State University Department of Public Safety, Jackson Police Department and Hinds County Sheriff's Department are continuing the search for missing JSU student Latasha Norman.

Latasha, a junior, has been missing since approximately 2:20 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13.

The 20-year-old accounting major from Greenville, Miss., is of medium-brown complexion, stands approximately 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs between 115 and 120 pounds. She was last seen wearing a white shirt and blue jeans.





To report information regarding Latasha’s whereabouts, call 601-960-1210 0r 601-960-1234



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