WASHINGTON WATCH: Help Find Terrilynn Monette (VIDEO)

Too often, we hear of African-Americans who go missing and never get the kind of media coverage of their white counterparts. “Find Our Missing,” shown weekly here on TV One, does a good job of drawing attention to this issue. And today, “Washington Watch” wants to help.

Twenty-six-year-old Teacher of the Year nominee Terrilynn Monette went missing outside of a New Orleans bar on March 2nd. Authorities and her friends continue to search for her, but they could use your help. If you have any information, please call the New Orleans Police Department at 504-821-2222. Again, 504-821-2222.

Now, folks, don’t miss the follow-up to my conversation with Bishop T.D. Jakes airing next Sunday at 11:00 a.m. You’ll meet former prisoners and hear about their struggle to live normal lives after paying their debt to society.

And on the eve of Easter Sunday, Saturday, March 29th, tune in to TV one at 7:00 p.m., for a “Washington Watch” special, “Amazing Grace: Drama in the Black Church.” We’ll talk with pastors who have faced crisis in their lives and their churches and talk about how to move beyond crisis to heal the black Church. That’s Saturday, March 29th, at 7:00 p.m., right here on TV One,

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