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Sabirteur 🙅🏿‍♂️ Jul 19
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Travis Adkins Sep 10
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The Africa Narrative Jul 10
Former CNN anchor turns author w/ about the abduction of the Chibok schoolgirls. “I wanted to humanize them…’othering’ of Africa still exists in newsrooms, a tendency to normalize tragedy that comes out of there”
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Amnesty Int. Nigeria Oct 11
On International Day of the Girl, we recognize 's book where she shares stories from some of the 276 Chibok schoolgirls who were abducted by Boko Haram in 2014 and reminds the world of the 112 who have never been rescued.
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VanVal Jul 13
It such an inspiration and emotionally courageous thought for to put in so much work to tell the story of boko haram captured girls in chibok, Nigeria. This book is worth a read and must be spread all over the globe. Love ❤️ u
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Janet Rodriguez Jul 9
Delivered to my waiting arms today! 's long-awaited !
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TNT Magazine Nigeria Jul 15
Tuesday... The brilliant journalist and friend❤️ has written a powerful book. . It is the first definitive account of the girls taken by the militant group Boko…
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Sunny Hostin Jul 9
Today is pub day for my friend ‘s riveting book “Beneath the Tamarind Tree”. It’s a must read. I’m so thrilled for you Isha!!
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Tara Sep 16
Wow by is one of the best books I’ve read this year. So moving and beautifully written, my heart goes out to all the girls and their families. Everyone should read this book.
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Zinhle Essamuah Nov 26
Join me, , & Dec. 4th in NYC, for a conversation on Isha’s recently released book . We’ll delve into the profound stories of the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls told in her book. Tickets here:
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Andrea Leszek Sep 5
Looking forward to reading after tonight’s discussion with at The Battery. Horrifying that over 100 girls are still missing in Nigeria from the 2014 abduction by Boko Haram
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Malala Fund Jul 9
Replying to @IamIshaSesay
Read an excerpt from 's in Assembly ⬇️ 
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Monica Gilsanz Aug 26
Sad to have finished this weekend. Thank you, , for immersing us readers into the lived experiences of the Chibok school girls. A critical read as we continue to fight for gender equity worldwide.
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SUREYARNS Jul 16
“A good book on Chibok, hampered by misrepresentations.” Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity), Garba Shehu, took to his Facebook page on Monday to comment on Isha Sesay new book about the Chibok girls kidnap
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Travis Adkins Jul 30
Join me ⁦ tomorrow for a fascinating conversation w/ the amazing ⁦⁦⁩ on her new book and the resilience of the of - you can register here:
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Larry Wilmore Jul 9
Today is the day! So happy for my friend and her new book “Beneath The Tamarind Tree” Congrats!!
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ILoveLadybugs Jul 18
Thank you. I saw you on with . I too didn't realize so many of the girls are still missing. I'm buying your book and "hashtagging!" (BTW my 86yo mother is 1 year out from a stroke too.) 🙏🏿💝💖 .
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Jasmine Maddox Jul 28
When says Boko Haram's mass abduction of the Chibok girls deserves to hold our attention 🙌🏾🙌🏾, this hit different because US media didn't focus on the return in 2016.
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Janet Rodriguez Dec 17
ICYMI, this is my interview with the stunning Isha Sesay, who wrote one of my favorite books of 2019 . As we prepare for the holidays, remember there is still 112 girls unaccounted for.
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Alison Darcy Jul 19
Dear Nigerian government,what are you doing to ? Over 100 girls still missing. Please read
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