“Blessing in Disguise” is the first Marvel story to be set in a real-life African country and feature a Nigerian superhero.
Joy Bishara and Lydia Pogu detailed the horrors they faced when they were kidnapped.
The girls were among more than 200 kidnapped in April 2014.
Robert Smith has also promised to help girls who may be set free in the future.
Martha was suddenly awakened by what had become the all-too-familiar sound of gunshots. Boko Haram, she thought. As she scurried to gather her thoughts, her husband Mark was already rushing their younger, panic-stricken children out of their home in Chibok, Nigeria.
The actor and activist hopes to have an "actual direct impact" on their lives.
*Mary's name has been changed for security purposes. Brought to Washington DC by the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative
For the first time, one of the mothers of Nigeria’s kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls is here in Washington DC, sharing her story
Equally, and emotionally more important to the families, to the country and to all who cared and worried about the 276 Chibok
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"Your father had a dream where he saw you walking up a ladder to heaven. My hope is that I will see you here on earth again but if I do not, I know you are in heaven. Please serve God faithfully and I pray that God bring you back to me. I miss you, my daughter."
Today, I shared the Chibok girl's with my little girl. I will preach again on violence towards women and girls because I must not be quiet. Through my tears, I read this article to my husband and am surprised by his emotion.