Dear friends, I was recently surprised to find Lilly Aramburo listed on a site called Missing Minorities Campaign. How awesome! It's a great site and very helpful for the benefit of missing minorities. As we all know, missing minorities rarely make the news. And if they do, they don't receive the same type of in depth coverage. (God knows how hard I've tried to get media coverage for Lilly!) But with sites like Missing Minorities Campaign and others using the internet to advocate for missing people, the more eyes we have looking out for our loved ones and the better chances we have of finding them.
Although most of us live very busy, sometimes hectic lives, a little time and effort goes a long way. You'd be surprised to know how easy it is to help. As I always do when I find a website, blog or organization doing good works, I stumbled their site, bookmarked it and shared it on Twitter and a few other networking sites and aggregators like Friendfeed. And it really helps! After reading the stories of the missing people on the Missing Minorities site and others, it's very helpful to DIGG or STUMBLE the story or share on whatever social network and news submission sites you use. I joined their community, as well. After all, that's what social networking is all about: community.
One last thing, if you use Twitter, please follow the Missing Minorities Campaign.
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