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Finding Tamika

By: Erika Alexander, Kevin Hart, Charlamagne Tha God, Ben Arnon, Rebkah Howard, David Person, James T. Green, SBH Productions, Color Farm Media
Narrated by: Erika Alexander
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Publisher's summary

Black girls and women disappear every day, but not without a trace. Join actress and activist Erika Alexander in a neo-noir, true crime drama as she searches for Tamika Huston, a 24-year-old Black woman from Spartanburg, SC who went missing in 2004. Her case became a rallying cry for other missing Black women in America and led to a growing demand to expose a system that ignores missing girls and women of color.

Kevin Hart and Charlamagne Tha God’s SBH productions present their debut Audible Original Finding Tamika. In it, host Erika Alexander summons a new generation to help raise the dead, expose a hidden past, and give a dark warning for our future. In Finding Tamika, what we’ll actually discover is the awful truth that a Black girl does not have to go missing for us not to see her. No matter the cost, though, we must look for Tamika, because until she is found, we are all lost.

Please Note: This content is for mature audiences only. It contains adult language and themes. Discretion is advised.

©2022 SBH Productions, LLC (P)2022 Audible Originals, LLC

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About the Executive Producer: Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart is an award-winning actor, a comedian, and a number one New York Times best-selling author. His films have earned billions at the box office, and his stand-up comedy tours have sold out arenas and stadiums, leading Forbes to name him the "King of Comedy." His first middle-grade novel, Marcus Makes a Movie, was an instant New York Times bestseller and published to great critical acclaim. In 2017, Kevin released his memoir I Can’t Make This Up: Life Lessons, which was featured on the New York Times bestseller list for ten consecutive weeks. Kevin is also an entrepreneur, a television and film producer, the chairman of the Laugh Out Loud Network, and CEO of HartBeat Productions. He lives in Los Angeles with his family.
About the Executive Producer: Charlamagne Tha God
Lenard "Charlamagne Tha God" McKelvey is a multimedia mogul, Radio Hall of Fame inductee, and best-selling author. One of the most potent, influential, and authoritative thought leaders in modern culture, he co-hosts the hottest radio show in the US, The Breakfast Club, heard by over 4.5 million listeners daily, as well as hosts Tha God’s Honest Truth, a late-night show on Comedy Central co-created with Stephen Colbert. With nearly two decades at the pulse of culture in TV and radio, Charlamagne has extended the magnitude of his burgeoning media empire with several landmark partnerships including The Black Effect Podcast Network, a historic 50-50 joint venture with iHeartMedia, the world’s number one commercial podcast publisher; SBH Productions, the audio production company created for a global multi-year, multi-project development, production, and audio licensing partnership with renowned comedian, actor, and writer Kevin Hart; and Black Privilege Publishing, a partnership that aligns with his mission to bring potent, culturally relevant content to the marketplace from emerging and renowned Black voices around the world. Additionally, Charlamagne is the author of The New York Times bestseller Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It and the globally embraced Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me. With a deep passion for mental health, especially in the Black community, Charlamagne founded the Mental Wealth Alliance (MWA), his forward-thinking foundation created to destigmatize, accelerate, and center state-of-the-art mental health outreach and care across the U.S. while building an unprecedented long-term system of generational support for Black communities.

About the Creator and Host

Erika Alexander is beloved for her iconic acting roles as Maxine Shaw (Living Single), Detective Latoya (Get Out), Cousin Pam (The Cosby Show), Linda Diggs (Wu-Tang: An American Saga), Barb Ballard (Run the World), and many more.
Erika wears many hats, including actress, trailblazing activist, entrepreneur, creator, producer and director—one of the country’s boldest, most daring, and powerful voices. As co-founder of Color Farm Media, she is on a mission to bring greater equity and inclusion to both media and electoral politics.
Color Farm Media, self-described as the "Motown of film, TV, and tech," develops and produces scripted and non-scripted content for all platforms. Color Farm’s documentary film, John Lewis: Good Trouble, won the NAACP Award for Best Documentary and was nominated for three Emmy Awards.
A sought-after speaker, Erika delivers keynotes on topics including leadership, communications and performance, and diversity and inclusion. Born in Winslow, Arizona, Erika grew up in Flagstaff before moving to Philadelphia.

About the Producer

James T. Green (he/they) is an audio documentarian by trade and an artist by practice. They are the founder of Molten Heart, a creative studio in Brooklyn, New York. Their works have been featured in places such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Mass MoCA, 99% Invisible, and Pop-Up Magazine.