Support continues to grow for “BringBackOurGirls” campaign. Nigeria. Boko Haram
The movement to raise awareness and ultimately secure the return of hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian girls continues to gain momentum both online and off, thanks to the efforts of celebrities and political leaders alike.
Anne Hathaway attended a protest in Los Angeles. She and her husband, Adam Shulman, reportedly surprised the protestors, showing up and leading the crowd in chants.
Filmmaker Ramaa Mosley was also in attendance. She told Entertainment Tonight that Hathaway’s “voice was louder than everybody else. They were yelling at all the cars (passing by)!”
Speaking to Yahoo’s own Katie Couric, Mosley, who helped popularize the #bringbackourgirls hashtag, said she first heard about the mass kidnappings on April 23 on the radio. “I was heartbroken, I was sickened. I couldn’t believe this could happen in 2014.”
Mosley continued, “I am completely inspired and have so much respect…
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