On April 15, 2014 over 200 girls were abducted from their school in Chibok, Nigeria by Boko Haram. Despite local, regional and global outrage and pressure, both on and offline, six months and counting, not one girl has been rescued, although over 50 managed to escape.
Join us in amplifying calls to #BringBackOurGirls. Add your voice to www.femnet.org/bbog – submit your poems, articles, blogs, vidoes or music ( Submissions@femnet.org). Take action here. Write to policy makers demanding that the girls be brought back NOW and ALIVE!
Here are some sample social media messages to use – in addition to some images.
See pictures and statement from a march held in Nairobi on May 15 as part of a Solidarity Day of Action to mark one month since their abduction as well as pictures from a solidarity vigil held to mark six months and as part of the Global Week of Solidarity Action.

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