BringBackOurGirls: Everything You Want to Know

On October 15, 2015, ACT4 hosted a global discussion on the one and a half year anniversary of the kidnapping of 276 girls from their school in Chibok, Nigeria. Panelsists included Bukky Shonibare (Adopt-A-Camp and BBOG Abuja), R. Evon Idahosa (Pathfinders Justice Initiative), Emmanuel Ogebe (Human Rights Attorney), and Adotei Akwei (Amnesty International USA).


Act4Accountability in DC: BringBackOurGirls

On May 6th, 2014, 300 people rallied outside the Embassy of Nigerian to pressure idle government officials to take measurable actions to save 276 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram militants in the northeastern Nigerian village of Chibok. This act of solidarity in the nation’s capital follows the bold example set by hundreds of mothers who marched for their missing daughters in the capital city of Abuja, Nigeria on April 30.

Act4BringBackOurGirls: Why They Matter

Reasons why we ACT4 for the still missing 219 Nigerian school girls. This video was filmed at a protest in front of the Nigerian Embassy in Washington, DC. Music is “Reawakening” by Kevin MacLeod

Act4BringBackOurGirls: Why They Matter from Act4Accountability on Vimeo.

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