Event to raise awareness about missing persons
May 18, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The first Honk For the Missing takes place Saturday on Chicago's South Side.
It aims to raise awareness about missing persons, including Diamond and Tionda Bradley, who disappeared 12 years ago.
The girls' aunt helped organize the event, which takes place from 12-1 p.m. at 3900 South Cottage Grove.
Besides the Bradley sisters, today's event also focuses on Yasmin Acree, Rachel Mellon Skemp, Latashia Nevitt, Nicholas Brown, and Brad Olsen.
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