365 days ago, 276 girls were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School in the Nigerian town of Chibok by the Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram. With the one-year anniversary upon us, 219 of the missing girls remain missing and the people of the country continue to make noise for a solution.

In the Nigerian city of Abuja and within U.S. capitals, such as Washington, marches have been planned and taken place early Tuesday morning. The march involves 219 girls, who represent each of the girls that have yet to be found.

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Although there is no exact pinpoint to were the remaining girls are located, there have been sightings and clues released. Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau has said the girls have been converted to Islam and married off. “Girls who refuse marriage or sexual contact within marriage have faced violence and death threats,” said Amnesty International.

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has come under scrutiny for his lack of planning on getting the girls home. He claims that they may not be brought home at all and reiterates the already known. “We do not know if the Chibok girls can be rescued,” he told the BBC. “Their whereabouts remain unknown. As much as I wish to, I cannot promise that we can find them.”