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How Boko Haram's Murders and Kidnappings Are Changing Nigeria's Churches

Raped Nigerian Mothers, Children of Boko Haram Being Rejected by Communities, Report Warns

Meet the Mother of African Feminist Theology | Sojourners

etd.library.vanderbilt.edu available etd-01302013-163238 unrestricted Bazuin.pdf

Boko Haram is not a feminist problem: A Nigerian woman’s perspective | Pambazuka News

Boko Haram and the feminisation of education | Africa | Education | Feminism | spiked

Can You Love a Child of Rape? | Mother Jones

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Returning home is a mixed blessing for victims of Boko Haram

YOLA, Nigeria (AP) " "Bring Back Our Girls," say the placards in the park and the tweets read around the world. But for thousands of girls

With 219 Nigerian schoolgirls still missing two years after Boko Haram kidnapped them and destroyed a boarding school in the mostly Christian town of Chibok, a Boko Haram video has surfaced that was reportedly given to Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's administration as a 'show of good faith' that the girls are alive.