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May 07, 2014

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#BringBackOurGirls

"It’s true that a hashtag alone can’t even begin to combat the multiple systemic problems that have worked in conjunction to allow 276 girls to be taken from their very school, but it has shed some light on those problems. And even though it’s true that not every person who has tweeted #BringBackOurGirls will give much thought to the Nigerian schoolgirls, the attention generated by the hashtag means that important people around the world are now doing just that."

http://time.com/90693/bringbackourgirls-nigeria-boko-haram/

kothapalli ravibabu

the line 'we watch the dinner grow cold' is really moving the hearts of any human being including the kidnappers.

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