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Nigerian-Americans Respond to Boko Haram Violence

As Nigeria grapples with the brutal Islamist insurgency known as Boko Haram, the government's inability to rescue hundreds of abducted school girls has prompted worldwide outrage. It has also served as a rallying point for the Nigerian-American community. Kojo talks with a local activist about the situation.

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