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The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has launched their most ambitious campaign to date - a campaign four years in the making. With the support of an array of generous partners, they created something truly impactful that will help recover missing children.
Twenty-five years ago, Soul Asylum's "Runaway Train" music video featured images of missing children, and helped close 21 cases. If one of video could recover that many children, how many can be found with the power of new technology and social media?
For the 25th anniversary, NCMEC re-imagined "Runaway Train" with new artists, and a dynamic music video which updates itself with missing children from the NCMEC database, specific to a viewer's location.
That means more missing children in front of more people, in more relevant places.
NCMEC was honored to have three incredibly talented artists: Jamie N Commons, Skylar Grey and Gallant singing "Runaway Train" and join them in helping find and bring home missing children.
Watch #RunawayTrain25 and help us bring home #MissingKids