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July 25, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

Humanitarians who made us // Dan Eldon

“Stand on the shoulders of giants.” It’s Google Scholar’s slogan, but it could just as easily be ours. The work we’ve done and continue to do is only possible because of others who have come before us. The United Nations designated August 19th as World Humanitarian Day. It is a day to celebrate the work of […]

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by Lauren Manning

Photo Friday // Who Made Your Mend Bag?

Since it was launched in 2013 Mend’s Mini Messenger bag has received quite a few compliments. It is compact when compared to our traditional Messenger bag, comes in three beautiful colors and features genuine leather accents and durable canvas. What’s not to love? At Invisible Children, we are more excited by the fact that this bag was […]

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by Miranda Brown

Supporter spotlight // Helena Okolicsanyi

We believe young people can end a war. Political activism is an important part of how we address the LRA conflict, and we rely heavily on our supporters to make their voices heard in Congress. Your efforts have made some huge accomplishments possible. Mobilizing our supporters is a big priority for our mission. Those who continuously engage their representatives in […]

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July 24, 2014

by Miranda Brown

No capes required // Our heroes in Congress

It’s Comic-Con weekend here in San Diego, and we’re seeing an increasing amount of Justice League costumes on the drive to work. So, we thought we would take the chance to recognize some real-life superheroes. This month, Representatives Jim McGovern (D-MA) and Ed Royce (R-CA) gained some major brownie points in our book. They have been consistent supporters of our mission […]

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by Lauren Manning

DR Congo’s step to end sexual violence and child recruitment

We live in a world where hundreds of thousands of women and girls are trafficked within and across borders each year, sexual exploitation runs rampant, and 603 million women live in countries where domestic violence is not outlawed. In this same world, rebel groups, such as Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army, continue to abduct children into their […]

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July 23, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

50% off // 100% good

Our summer sale is heating up. For three days only (July 23-25) we are offering you 50% off EVERYTHING in our store. From Mend bags to our custom design shirts to men’s shoes, we want you to stock up on all styles IC. But what are the hottest of the hottest items on sale? We pillaged the […]

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July 22, 2014

by Lauren Manning

Reblog // How Kony ‘hibernates’ to evade capture

As we work to protect communities from the violence of Joseph Kony’s rebel army, Ugandan and United States military forces are leading efforts to find him once and for all. But the man we made famous in 2012 is still eluding capture. Though he is thought to be hiding in Kafia Kingi, recent defectors admit that they have not had […]

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by Stephanie Mullen

5 fun things to look for on our new website

If you haven’t seen it yet, check out our new website. We got a facelift, and we are looking fresher than ever (cue the popped collar). Our web team has been hard at work creating the most interactive, easy-access site we’ve ever had. They did a great job (I mean, just look at this blog […]

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July 21, 2014

by Invisible Children

Take action // Keep Washington committed to ending LRA violence

President Obama is about to make an important decision about whether or not the U.S. will continue its current efforts to help end LRA violence and bring Joseph Kony to justice. We need you to speak up now to make sure he chooses to stay the course. Here’s the scoop: Right now, approximately 100 U.S. […]

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by Lauren Manning

Asiimwe Proscovia // “Education is the source of everything”

Proscovia missed her official graduation from Gulu University in October because she was on tour with Invisible Children in the United States. Since returning to Uganda in December, she celebrated her graduation again with other recent graduates of the Legacy Scholarship Program from across the region. She also began working at Sacred Heart Secondary School, one of Invisible […]

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