Monthly Archives April 2012

Flux Pavilion: New track & statement about his support for IC

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“I Can’t Stop” was the perfect song at the end of KONY 2012. It was empowering, huge and full of energy. Flux Pavilion, a powerful force in the EDM community, just released another masterpiece that makes you feel like you’re dancing in slow-motion on a cloud. I guess it’s appropriately titled DAYDREAMER. Flux and his [...] Read More


NY Times: The complexities of capturing Kony

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As the world was rapidly becoming aware of Joseph Kony’s atrocities, people were left appalled. Without knowing the region, it is hard to understand why it would be so difficult to capture one man. The New York Times released a story yesterday with updates from the American team helping to track down LRA leadership. The [...] Read More


Monday Mini Mixtape #14

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[Invisible Children Music: We firmly believe that music has a necessary role in giving social movements tremendous amounts of momentum. It is a universal language, and at Invisible Children, it's important for us to be a part of that language.] Here it is! Mixtape #14. Get it Here. Don’t forget, these links below are for [...] Read More


Former Liberian president convicted of war crimes

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Last Thursday an international tribunal found ex-President Charles Taylor guilty on 11 counts of war crimes in Sierra Leone. It is, undoubtedly, a milestone for international justice as he is the first head of state since the Nuremberg Trials to be indicted for war crimes, and the first ever to be convicted. This verdict comes [...] Read More


Service with a smile

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The service projects that people took part in leading up to Cover the Night made this event about so much more than creating awareness. We strengthened our bonds of humanity. Want to see thousands more pictures from Cover the Night? Check out our CTN live feed below:


Team Midwest & their dance party of justice

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The night we found out we were all on Team Midwest, we connected on Facebook and the magic began almost immediately. Within minutes of being friends on Facebook, something became very clear. We all love dancing, justice, and parties… so our motto was birthed: #dancepartyofjustice. And ever since, we have been dancing. We have been [...] Read More


Street Savvy 5.0

KONY 2012, NOLA

The Cover the Night photos keep coming in and we are only impressed. Can’t get enough? Check out our CTN live feed below:


The perils of indifference

Elie-Wiesel

Indifference is not a beginning, it is an end. And, therefore, indifference is always a friend to the enemy, for it benefits the aggressor – never his victim. In 1944 Elie Wiesel, along with his family, was taken to Auschwitz extermination camp. Nearly all of his family was killed while held and brutalized by Nazis. [...] Read More


Covering the Night with the official NYC street team

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Invisible Children’s New York Street Team consists of Alex and Abby. They are the greatest. They gathered a crew, including Invisible Children’s Uganda Country Director, Jolly Okot, and our Director of Programs, Adam Finck. They partnered with Build it Green! NYC, a nonprofit that recycles and supplies building materials, and brought a group of 25 [...] Read More


Delta Spirit helps revive dying art of polaroids through The Impossible Project

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[Invisible Children Music: We firmly believe that music has a necessary role in giving social movements tremendous amounts of momentum. It is a universal language, and at Invisible Children, it's important for us to be a part of that language.] We’ve joined forces with one of our favorite bands on their current Spring tour. The [...] Read More