In the quest to find two missing girls, a Chicago 7th grader organized a march in Chicago's Bronzeville neighborhood. Her along with women in the city organized the march called, We Walk For Her March.
An increased number of African-American girls have gone missing over the last few weeks.
During the march, women from the neighborhood expressed their concern for their safety and the safety of their loved ones.
Teresa Smith of Chicago said, "We need answers. We need solutions to this problem because this just can't keep happening. We're all walking around in fear."
Since March, mostly black women have disappeared or been found dead on Chicago's West and South sides.