According to a 2010 academic study, roughly 80% of the news coverage about missing children is devoted to victims who are not black, while only 20% is given to children who are black.
That is very interesting. If we assume children of all ethnicities go missing equally often, then only 13% of the media coverage should be about black children since they make up roughly 13% of the population. If the total coverage of black children missing is 20% and is representative of how many children go missing then that means black children go missing 50% more often than non-black children. There is only a problem here if black children go missing more than 50% more often than other children.