#BRINGBACKOURGIRLS

Today, instead of a video or a fashion related blog post I wanted to talk about a current event which is being spoken about all over the world. I’m not going to regurgitate the facts and information about these 276 missing Nigerian girls because I feel like other people have written and spoken about this in a much better way than I could ever do. Instead of spending the time you would have done reading one of my long blog posts or watching a youtube video, I would love it if you donated that time into looking into this cause further and reading some of the interesting articles I have linked below.

My thoughts go out to those 276 girls missing, their families and the surrounding community. I hope governments around the world are pressured into doing their bit in helping bring these girls back home and let them LIVE their lives with the same rights as men. Girls deserve the right to an education as much as boys.

http://www.teenvogue.com/my-life/2014-05/bring-back-our-girls-nigeria

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/may/07/bring-back-our-girls-global-protests-abduction-nigerian-schoolgirls

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BRING BACK OUR GIRLS.

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