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A decade ago, 276 girls were abducted from their school in the Nigerian town of Chibok, a kidnapping that shocked the world and sparked a global campaign. More than 180 have since either escaped or been freed. Lisu, which is not her real name, was one who escaped and now lives in group housing under state care. She feels she is being treated worse. “I do regret coming back.” Read more from the BBC:

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Day 156 of captivity. The smile on her face 😍, the twinkle ✨ in her eyes. What will remain of this beautiful girl on her return? We keep fighting for you Naama, and we will shower you with love & support on your return, to bring back that smile and twinkle

doylio, to videos in Bari Weiss: Why Are Feminists Silent on Rape and Murder?

I’m not a fan of hers, but I do think she has a point here.

There was a significantly different response by progressives to the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram and the hostages taken by Hamas. When posters were put up of the kidnapped Israelis they were ripped down by the same kinds of people who tweeted .

I know there will be many downvotes to this comment, but I consider myself a progressive and am worried that progressives are losing sight of their values in favour of what is the prevailing groupthink online

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