Here and Now: What happened to Celina Mays?

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On this episode of Here and Now, what happened to Celina Mays, the pregnant 12-year-old who disappeared without a trace two decades ago?

NEW YORK (WABC) -- On this episode of Here and Now, what happened to Celina Mays?

There is an update to the case of the pregnant 12-year-old who disappeared without a trace two decades ago.

Also, why are Black women three times more likely to die from pregnancy than their white counterparts?

A new documentary called "Aftershock" explores medical inequality through the lens of two families who lived it.

We're also looking at the impact of the sub-minimum wage in the food industry, especially on women of color.

Finally, Miss New York shares her plans for combating poverty and homelessness.

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