What Can We Do To #bringbackourgirls?

I’ve been thinking about those Nigerian girls a lot, but didn’t have any idea what to do to help. Here’s some great ideas. Let’s work together to put them into practice.

A Travelogue of the Interior

UPDATE: I just spent a few minutes (4:45 PST) seeing if the US news cycle was paying any closer attention and it is. CNN, FoxNews and the NYT are all running headlining stories about what is happening with our Nigerian girls. 

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The best assessment says that as of this morning (PST) 276 Nigerian students (and 8 more kidnapped last night) are in their third week as captives of terrorists who have stated within the last 48 hours that they intend to sell — TO SELL –– these students, all of whom are teenage girls, into sex slavery.BmhrO4LCQAAPvqy

The public response has been steadily growing this week, due in part to the fact that Western media have finally started to cover the story.There have been a number of blog posts I have read, by people I respect, suggesting that the reason we are not more outraged by these kidnappings is because the…

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