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July 31, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

Humanitarians who made us // Gary Haugen

“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 […]

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July 20, 2014

by Nathan Garcia

Photo blog // A day in the life of a Warped Tour Roadie

Nathan Garcia is pretty awesome. He’s worked with Invisible Children for almost a year and now he’s traveling around the country on Warped Tour spreading the word about Invisible Children with his equally awesome teammate, Catherine. Oh, and we hear he’s pretty decent at handstands, too. He gave us a look at a day in his life, […]

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July 18, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Nelson Mandela International Day // New hands to lift the burdens

At Invisible Children, we operate on the belief that the world can be better than it is. Nelson Mandela is an incredible example of that conviction, and his work for human rights in South Africa makes him one of our heroes. Today, we join the world in celebrating Mandela Day, a recognition and continuation of […]

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July 4, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Independence Day // Celebrating Freedom

Today, we celebrate being part of a great country that believes in freedom for all. Since the beginning, our nation has declared that all people have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Together we’ve made incredible progress toward making those universal rights a reality, but there is still a lot to […]

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July 2, 2014

by Miranda Brown

On the road // Interns volunteer at Warped Tour

We’ve been keeping tabs on our Warped Tour Roadies as they travel across the country and spread the word about Invisible Children. They’ve met some incredible bands and Invisible Children supporters, and we love hearing their stories. Last week, the tour stopped near San Diego, so a few of our interns drove over to volunteer at their tent. Emily Jaumillot, […]

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June 23, 2014

by Invisible Children

Monday Mini Mixtape: juneONE

Welcome to “Bands We’re Watching at Warped: Catherine Edition.” Alright guys, we’re now a week and a half in to the Warped Tour Roadie grind. Although Nathan and I are having the time of our life sharing the story of Invisible Children with the Warped Tour community, we are quickly noticing there is less time […]

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June 19, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

The World Cup // When we play together, we win together

Over the past week (and it’s safe to say for the next month) in the Invisible Children office, you can find people sneaking off to our warehouse to watch the World Cup while doing their work. We even have a tiny soccer field set up so that we can play during lunch. There is a spirit […]

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June 17, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

Reblog // NPR and “The ‘KONY 2012′ effect”

Over the weekend, our friends over at National Public Radio (NPR) wrote a piece on us entitled “The ‘KONY 2012′ Effect: Recovering from a Viral Sensation.” As we’ve said before and we’ll say again, we love NPR. So, we really appreciated their thoughtful article on us. But we wanted to quickly correct two errors in the […]

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June 11, 2014

by Invisible Children

From the long road south // Jedidiah’s updates from his bike trip to Patagonia, Entry #7

Update from Machu Picchu When I was in eighth grade, I had to decide what foreign language I was going to study in high school. I remember well the debate in my head between Spanish and French. If I chose French, I would have the best teacher at our school. Everyone knew Mr. Climer was […]

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by Stephanie Mullen

3 reasons we’re psyched for Vans Warped Tour

Warped Tour kicks on this Friday. It’s celebrating its 20th anniversary, and we’re stoked to be along for the ride for the 9th year running. Here are 3 reasons we can’t wait for tour to kick off. 1. Because we get to meet you face-to-face. We live and breath for the chance to meet and talk to […]

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