|Soap star Louise Sorel remembers the girls kidnapped in Chibok 500|
days earlier. Photo Credit: Sue Coflin/Max Photos
Bring Back Our Girls NYC held an Interfaith Service at Tillman Chapel that day at the UN Church Center, followed by a silent procession to Nigeria House to insist that they are rescued. The event participants came from all walks of life, including the world of soap operas. Days of our Lives and Santa Barbara star Louise Sorel, and One Life to Live and Emmerdale actress Linda Thorson were among those on hang.
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|Louise Sorel and Linda Thorson. Photo Credit: Sue Coflin/Max Photos|
Bring Back Our Girls has launched a Global Awareness Pendant Campaign. New York-based writer Pat Sellers attended the one year vigil for the girls in NYC where each received an 8 x 10 paper with one of the names of the 219 missing girls. When Pat returned home, she found she wanted to keep it on until the girl came home thus the pendant was born. Wear the Bring Back Our Girls pendant. When people ask you what it is, tell them about our stolen girls.
Choose any number between 1 and 219 that is meaningful to you to wear as a pendant on a chain, or a charm on a bracelet. Your number will represent one of the stolen girls. Keep their story alive. Hold them in your heart. Remember them. Talk about them.
|Pat Sellers, Louise Sorel, Eden Duncan-Smith and Linda Thorson. Photo Credit: Sue Coflin/Max Photos|
Pat along with Daniel Schifter, co-ceo of PicturesOnGold made this possible. To purchase a pendant, please visit picturesongold.com. A portion of all sales will be donated to the non-profit Pathfinders Justice Initiative, Hearts of Hope Survivors' Project - PathfindersJI.org.