As 276 abducted Nigerian girls remain missing, celebrities and other prominent figures have used social media to draw attention to the story. Take a look at the individuals who have spoken up in support of #BringBackOurGirls.
A group of New York legislators and advocates joined at City Hall on Monday, May 12, to call for the safe return of the Nigerian school girls abducted by Boko Haram and to stand in solidarity with the girls' families.
Human trafficking is the world's third largest crime industry that generates billions each year and results in the enslavement of millions of people in America and abroad. Women and children, particularly those of color, constitute a majority of victims forced into sex work or sex acts in the U.S.