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June 15, 2016

by Invisible Children

FLASH ALERT: LRA RELEASES 12 WOMEN AND CHILDREN AND COULD FREE MORE

On the morning of June 8th, an LRA group based in DR Congo released 12 women and children captives to one of Invisible Children’s community partners, with a message that they want to release more. WE HAVE ROUGHLY 72 HOURS TO MAKE THAT POSSIBLE. DONATE TODAY TO HELP BRING MORE LRA CAPTIVES HOME. While traveling […]

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May 3, 2016

by Invisible Children

Behind the Scenes || 2016 Regional Summit

Last month, the Invisible Children US team headed to central Africa for our 2016 Regional Summit. This Summit is a time for us to meet in person with our staff and partners who do the day-to-day work of ending LRA violence and helping communities recover. It’s an important opportunity to listen to the voices of […]

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January 25, 2016

by Invisible Children

ReBlog || As the world watches Ongwen, LRA adds chapter to brutal legacy

In 2015, Joseph Kony’s fighters abducted 103 people in Central African Republic (CAR). In just the first three weeks of 2016, they’ve already abducted 94 individuals. Below, our colleague Paul Ronan of the LRA Crisis Initiative provides his analysis for the sudden and extremely concerning surge in LRA activities. As the World Watches Ongwen, LRA […]

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October 16, 2014

by Invisible Children

Everyone asks how we did it // Invisible Children’s Playbook Workshop

Telling your organization’s story well is key. In the last ten years, we’ve learned a thing or two about creating a movement. We produced and launched the most viral video of all time, passed two bills through Congress, inspired and mobilized a generation, and made a large impact running primarily off of $20 donations from […]

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September 15, 2014

by Noelle Jouglet

Ridge Top Series // Exclusive videos from the Musician Coalition

The Frendly Gathering music festival provided another year’s worth of positive energy and ‘frendly vibes’ this summer at their festival in Vermont, and we were honored to have been a part of it. If you managed to go, we are sure you will want to re-live it, and if you didn’t… we want to give you a […]

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September 2, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Alex Vargas // Rallysong + #MusicianCoalition

We’ve been telling you all about the amazing artists we’re partnering with for the #MusicianCoalition. But today, for the first time, we’re giving you an exclusive listen to one of their new tracks. The talented Alex Vargas explains his involvement with this collaboration and the story behind his latest song, Solid Ground. It’s worth a […]

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June 30, 2014

by Miranda Brown

The Musician Coalition // Playing for peace

What do Sean Parker, The Summer Set and Switchfoot have in common? They are all incredible culture makers in the music world – and they’re also stepping up as leaders for social justice as part of our Musician Coalition. We need your help to get your favorite artists onboard with our latest project, because we believe […]

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June 26, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Shopping pink // Invisible Children on Pink51 

We believe in the power of women to influence the world for the better. In northern Uganda, we’ve seen hundreds of women improve their communities by attaining economic stability with our Mend line and Village Saving and Loan Association, and by receiving education through our Legacy Scholarship Program and Functional Adult Literacy classes. Not to mention, some of our […]

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June 20, 2014

by Bridgette Bugay

Photo Friday// Marie Francine

Today is World Refugee Day, and so today’s photo Friday is in recognition of the hundreds of thousands of refugees and internally displaced people as a result of LRA violence—and those who are doing something about it. This is Marie Francine. She and her husband live in Obo, a town in southeast Central African Republic […]

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May 13, 2014

by Lauren Manning

Collaboration // Made in Uganda

Earlier this month, Mend launched the Limited Edition Zip Pouch, just in time for Mother’s Day. Our hope was that it could be a gift for moms around the world made by and to empower mothers here in Uganda. This time Mend’s product did more than just support the empowerment of our own seamstresses. We partnered […]

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