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Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 5:45pm

Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. – May 13, 2014– Mercy College Humanities and Religion Professor Jude Aguwa has been interviewed by various media outlets this past week due this is expertise in Nigerian culture and the Boko Haram, the group claiming responsibility for abducting hundreds of schoolgirls in Nigeria. Some of the highlights:

 Dr. Aguwa on MSNBC – Melissa Harris-Perry Show

Dr. Aguwa on News 12 Westchester

Dr. Aguwa in The Journal News

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