Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe: Bring Back Our Girls

On April 14, in Nigeria, Boko Haram seized  nearly 300 schoolgirls and vanished into a dense forest. They are still missing today. Sister Rosemary Niyrumbe, one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People, joins Bill and Wendy to help raise awareness for the 276 missing girls.


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  • Jerri Garofalo

    What an intelligent and marvelous woman and Sister, who acts upon the things she believes. Her amazing insight in how reach out and help the fractured lives of the women and girls she brings into her school. We often forget the power of pure loves, as a parent has for a child, and as God has for each of his children., and how that kind of love can heal, teach, and nurture back to health even the most broken and defiled, and bring them hope and confirmation of self worth. I heard her speak on Charlie Rose, and am in such awe of this beautiful woman who has found her purpose her chosen calling, and declares she will continue to speak out as long as she has breath to breath. We need more women with her heart and capacity to love.

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