In April 2014, members of Boko Haram, a terrorist group, kidnapped 276 school girls from a government secondary school in Chibok, a town in Northern Nigeria. The girls were abducted because their captors believed that women should not be in school. In response to this, my poster is formatted like a yearbook page with the compiled photographs and names of most Chibok girls. Emphasizing the idea that they and all Nigerian girls have a right to an education. Each portrait has a green and white color overlay to represent their Nigerian heritage. It has been 7 years since the Chibok kidnapping and more than 100 girls are still missing. The blank portrait at the bottom left-hand corner is for the Chibok girls who have not been found or identified.