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Erika Liles; Haley Dinerman; Khuraira Musa; Andrea Stassou; Ana Arnold; Lenora Klein; Penny Horwich; Hanif (Photo by Dennis Comella)
Posted: Friday May 16, 2014, 9:00 AM

Kaplen JCC on the Palisades hosted a community-wide solidarity rally last night to come together and raise awareness for the recently-kidnapped Nigerian girls. Attendees shared their voice by gathering and posting pictures on social media outlets of themselves holding signs with the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls. The event was organized by Khuraira Musa, a Tenafly businesswoman and founder of Khuraira Cosmetics. Khuraira is originally from Nigeria.

"I am so grateful that our community is turning out in solidarity in support of these girls," she said. "Together, we can help bring our girls back."

 

To the read The Record's story on this, click here.

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