CHICAGO (CBS) — Hundreds called for action Tuesday night on behalf of women not seen or heard in the “We Walk for Her” march through Bronzeville.

The marchers shined a spotlight Chicago’s women and girls of color who have been murdered or have gone missing.

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Their cases remain unsolved.

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One of those women is Shantieya Smith, who was reported missing in May 2018 and was later found dead under a car in a garage in Lawndale. Her body was decomposed. The cause of death was ruled as a homicide with signs of blunt trauma.

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Three years later, her cousin said no one has been charged in her murder, and calls to detectives have gone unanswered.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff