What if It were Your Daughter? #BringBackOurGirls

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Everyday, I have the privilege of kissing this smiling face before sending her off to school and kissing it again when she returns home. On April 15th, 234 moms lost that ability as their daughters were kidnapped from school.  These young women ages 16-18 years old were taken from a school in northeastern Nigeria by a group of Islamic militants called Boko Haram. It is believed that the girls were kidnapped with plans to be sold to the highest bidder. We must do all we can to keep this story relevant and in the news.  What if it were your daughter?

Here are some CALL TO ACTION items, thank you to World Moms Blog for getting them together

Here’s what you can do:
1. Sign the Petition

Use social media to spread the word about the situation in Nigeria. Put massive pressure on the government, security forces, and the neighboring governments to spur them to action. Use the hash tag, #BRINGBACKOURGIRLS. Change your profiled picture to Bring Back Our Girls.

3. Get More Information
Read more by World Moms Blog contributor Jennifer Prestholdt in The Advocates for Human Rights post, “Nightmare for Nigeria’s School Girls,” at:

4. Show we are united and take it to social media! Take a photo with the #BRINGBACKOUTGIRLS hashtag and show you support our girls!!!!! Sign prompts “What if it was your daughter” “Where are our girls, we want them back”

5. Like Bring Our Girls Back on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bringbackourgirls

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