Monthly Archives February 2012

For the love of health

Our Invisible Children Health and Wellness Committee Chair (yes we have a Health & Wellness Committee) just launched the blog Tiffany, Naturally. Best idea ever. It’s her moonlighting gig, as she’s actually our HR Director. It has been a journey and a process to live more naturally, and as I’ve shared it with my friends, [...] Read More


Aaron Embry… he will break your heart.

Aaron’s music is sincere and raw. This is filmed the same. I love it. Special thanks to IC’s former editor Mariana Blanco for this late night share. Too much good here. <3 KJL


Monday Mini Mixtape #7

Art by: Dethkills + Kenny’s Phoster skillz Here it is for you folks! Check back in throughout this week. We have a lot of videos we’ll be releasing and announcements about SXSW. As always.. don’t forget to support these artists. The dream is to expose you to new artists so that you support them doing [...] Read More


Behind KONY 2012: Team Middle America

Meet Team Middle America – We talk Star Wars, hot dogs, and Johnny Depp.


The Tree Ring: Hike In Show

Joel P. West has been a long time supporter of Invisible Children and collaborated with Sundance award winning director Destin Daniel Cretton for this dreamy video of his band THE TREE RING. The concert was in the middle of the woods at Mt. Laguna and the cost to get in was a 30 minute hike [...] Read More


Something to write home about

A picture is worth a thousand words. Pictorymag is a website full of photo stories divided into showcases from contributors all over the world. Anyone can submit one – all you need is a great image that tells a great story. There are gorgeous moments everywhere, the trick is to notice they’re there. And better [...] Read More


Oh the places they’ll go

The Roadies and Street Teams are about ready to leave the nest…


Invisible Children – Sucré Video Premieres on MTV

The stunning debut takeaway show with Sucré performing “When We Were Young.”


Update on U.S. advisory troops in Central Africa

The 100 U.S. advisory troops are now stationed across 4 countries and are directly involved in operations on the ground


Behind the Scenes: Schools for Schools

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Students in Uganda have been scoring low in science exams, and teachers are working hard to change those results. Schools for Schools (S4S) held its first chemistry teachers’ review meeting to equip teachers from Invisible Children’s 11 partner schools with skills that will improve students’ grades in science. The teachers strongly welcomed the training and were [...] Read More