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Northern Nigeria is on edge after dozens of students and teachers have been killed in the past month. The attacks have been supported by Boko Haram — a fundamental Islamist group whose name roughly means 'Western Education is forbidden.' Host Michel Martin speaks to Margee Ensign, President of the American University of Nigeria about running an educational institution in the north.
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