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CAPTIVE Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19 & Falimata, 14, were abducted & held captive by Boko Haram until they escaped. The photogtapher Stephanie Sinclair has started a nonprofit organization called @tooyoungtowed to & . Here you can help @stephsinclairpix #bringbackallourgirls

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Photograph by @chamiltonjames / Charlie Hamilton James - a fire rages out of control in the Amazon. Last night while driving across the state of Maranhao, Brazil we stopped to photograph this fire. The last tree remaining was holding on but I doubt it survived. I spent yesterday photographing fires from a light aircraft and was shocked by the devastation I saw. Much of what was once pristine rainforest full of life is now gone - replaced with vast areas of lifeless charred forest or turned into pasture for cattle. These are sad days on planet earth my friends. Shot on assignment for @natgeochannel # #bringbackallourgirls

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Between 2000 and 2015, over 207,000 minors were married in the US. 87% of them were girls; 86% married adults. This phenomenon is happening on our doorstep, often with the complicity of the authorities as all you need in many US states to take an underaged bride is consent from a judge. . . . Regram @tooyoungtowed This portrait of 19-year-old Veda and her two-year-old daughter Sereena is part of National Geographic's Women of Vision exhibition currently on display at The Field Museum in Chicago through Sept. 11. The image was made a few months after Veda was taken from her home as part of the 2008 raid on the Yearning for Zion Ranch, a Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) stronghold. Based on what was later discredited as a hoax call about sexual abuse, Texas officials removed more than 400 adolescents and children from the ranch. Though they were returned to their families a few months later, investigations into abuse and underage marriage continued and several leaders of the organization were imprisoned. Photo by @stephsinclairpix

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Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19 and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” The kidnapping of young girls by Boko Haram, was not uncommon in northern Nigeria, yet it was only when the group abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014 that the world took notice. With the mantra , the issue exploded on social media. But with little news from the remote region, the public’s interest waned. Nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has lead to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of this image by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls

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@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19, and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” When Boko Haram abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014, the world took notice as filled our social media feeds. However, nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has led to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. --------------------------- FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of THIS IMAGE by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 multi-year scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls

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RepostBy @natgeo: "Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19, and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” When Boko Haram abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014, the world took notice as filled our social media feeds. However, nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has led to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. --------------------------- FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of THIS IMAGE by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 multi-year scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls " (via @EasyRepost)

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@natgeo (@get_repost) ・・・ Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19, and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” When Boko Haram abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014, the world took notice as filled our social media feeds. However, nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has led to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. --------------------------- FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of THIS IMAGE by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 multi-year scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls

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@Regranned from @natgeo - Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19, and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” When Boko Haram abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014, the world took notice as filled our social media feeds. However, nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has led to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. --------------------------- FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of THIS IMAGE by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 multi-year scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls -

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@natgeo(@repost_via_instant)Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19, and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” When Boko Haram abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014, the world took notice as filled our social media feeds. However, nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has led to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. --------------------------- FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of THIS IMAGE by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 multi-year scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls

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Photo by Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix @tooyoungtowed // Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19, and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” When Boko Haram abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014, the world took notice as filled our social media feeds. However, nearly four years later it’s now becoming apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage used as a weapon of war -- a practice that has led to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. --------------------------- FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of THIS IMAGE by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 multi-year scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls

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worldpressphotoSisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19 & Falimata, 14, were abducted & held captive by Boko Haram until they escaped. "After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me & said, 'I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, 'My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, 'OK, that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.' We got married in the Sambisa forest. 3 months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” The kidnapping of young girls by Boko Haram was not uncommon in northern Nigeria, yet it was only when the group abducted 276 Chibok schoolgirls from their dormitory in 2014 that the world took notice. With , the issue exploded on social media. But with little news from the remote region, the public’s interest waned. Nearly 4 years later it’s apparent that the Chibok abductions were just one instance of a profoundly disturbing tactic: child marriage as a weapon of war – a practice that's lead to the kidnapping of thousands of girls in the region. A girls is married every 2 seconds around the world. Stephanie Sinclair @stephsinclairpix here. I’ve been documenting the impacts of child marriage for almost 15 years, looking at how it manifests itself in the more than 50 countries worldwide. I’ve since started a nonprofit organization called @tooyoungtowed to & . For the next 7 days I'm taking over this feed to share my work. I appreciate your following along! FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can buy an 8.5x11 signed print of this image by visiting TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed currently supports about 75 scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made–including tuition for all of the girls featured in this story, which ran in the NYT in Jan 2017. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops each year. Images from our workshops & my work are now on display with as part of exhibit through Nov. 26 at the Dupont Underground in Washington D.C. #bringbackallourgirls #

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Sisters Yagana, 21, Yakaka, 19 and Falimata, 14, were all abducted and held captive by Boko Haram until their escape. “After invading Bama, the Boko Haram insurgents came to my house, one of them saw me and said, ‘I want to marry you,’” Yakaka told me a year ago. "I said, ‘My parents will not give me to you. Then he said, ‘O.K., that is easy. Let me kill them, so that you will now be the one to decide.’ We got married in the Sambisa forest. Three months later, my husband was killed. I was pregnant by that point.” --------------------------- FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY you can purchase an 8.5x11 signed print of THIS IMAGE by visiting www.TOOYOUNGTOWED.ORG/PRINTSALE. @tooyoungtowed is currently supports about 75 scholarships for vulnerable girls in the villages where our images are made - including the tuition for all of the girls featured in this story. We also host girl empowerment photography workshops that help vulnerable girls gain the skills to become budding photojournalists, learn tools to manage their trauma and express themselves, advocate for the rights of girls’ and become mentors to subsequent workshop participants. #bringbackallourgirls