The partnership between Michael Baisden and The Black and Missing Foundation is already reaping big dividends. Exposure on Baisden’s Cumulus Media syndicated radio show has helped to locate three missing children. The most recent rescue involved Jhada Clark who was missing for more than a month. Taken out of state by her father, two of his co-workers heard about the case on the air and convinced him to turn the missing girl over to local authorities. Jhada’s mother Rose Walker who is reunited with her daughter said, “I am forever grateful to The Michael Baisden Show and The Black and Missing Foundation for getting my daughter’s information out there. If it wasn’t for their efforts I would not have my baby right now. The work that they are doing is not in vain.”
“What a tremendous example of how we can right a wrong by simply getting involved,” said Baisden. “I applaud these individuals who heard Ms. Walker’s plea on our show last week and made the decision to not simply sit on the sidelines. Knowing that she now has her daughter back safely in her arms is truly heart-warming.”
As part of its commitment to The Black and Missing Foundation, Baisden’s nationally syndicated radio program highlights a child who is currenty missing every day during the show. Listeners learn how they can help provide information to local law enforcement agencies. Details about missing children are also profiled on the show’s websites and social media outlets.