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Nykhor Paul, 26, fled the country that is now South Sudan with her uncle in 1998, when she was just 9 years old. After decades of civil war, Paul's homeland gained independence from Sudan in July 2011. Last December, violence erupted in South Sudan between the country's two largest tribes, the Dinka and the Nuer.
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For some people though, the Super Bowl and the days around it have become something else entirely: a time to consider human sex trafficking and how it can be brought under control.
Among those who have been mobilizing around the event since 2013: Catholic nuns from parishes across the nation.
Super Bowl Sunday is practically a national holiday in America and one of the most-watched sporting events worldwide.We want the international community to make sure women and children are taken away from the violence and that they have food and medicine.Right now, thousands of people are dying because of the shortages. I was supposed to have an arranged marriage, too, but was lucky to escape.A cease-fire was agreed to in May, but it was broken in a matter of hours, and the situation remains extremely fragile. Shortly after war broke out, the New York–based Paul, a member of the Nuer tribe, founded the group We Are Nilotic, referring to the South Sudanese as all one people "of the Nile." Using social media, photo exhibits, and film, she is bringing together women from the nation's estimated 64 tribes to promote peace and end ethnic rivalries.MARIE CLAIRE: What motivated you to start We Are Nilotic?