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Film follows Boko Haram survivors after village invasion

The documentary “Forced” follows three women who fled their Nigerian village after a 2014 Boko Haram invasion. The film looks at their attempts to rebuild their lives as displaced people and how they’ve come to symbolize the plight of other women and girls who survived abductions and sexual assault. Hari Sreenivasan spoke to filmmakers Grace Oyenubi and Nani Sahra Walker to learn more.

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