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November 26, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Filmmaker humanizes war // Jump first, fear later

“When I tell people what I do, I get asked quite a bit if I get nervous when traveling to war-torn countries. The answer is usually no. The more I meet people and build relationships, the less scary the world becomes.” –Ashley Gutierrez Our newest project is a celebration of fearless youth who move forces greater […]

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November 6, 2014

by Liz Arthur

Our most anticipated event of the year // LUMINOUS Dance Marathon

If you don’t know the name Suzanna Hendricks, you should. She was one of the power forces behind the Fourth Estate Leadership Summit 2013 – which means you know that any event she’s working on is bound to be a heck-of-a good time. Suzanna worked at Invisible Children up until a few years ago, when she […]

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October 8, 2014

by Invisible Children

Supporter spotlight // Meet Danielle McGorman

As you may have heard, our supporters are our superheroes. Their enthusiasm and commitment to justice has made our movement what it is, and our life-saving programs simply couldn’t exist without them. This week, we want to show some love to one of our most dedicated supporters, Danielle McGorman. We are so impressed by what […]

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September 30, 2014

by Invisible Children

Dancing in the Rain // Remembering Annika Lange

Recently, Invisible Children received the difficult news that our beloved friend and supporter Annika Lange passed away unexpectedly. We had the privilege of getting to know Annika at our Fourth Estate Retreat this summer, and it’s safe to say that she was one of the brightest and sweetest 17-year-olds we have ever met. Annika’s good friend […]

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August 29, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Supporter Spotlight // Camela Giraud

Call us crazy, but we’re obsessed with the back-to-school season. For one, it’s an excuse to stock up on all the highlighters and Post-It notes could ever want… let’s throw in some gel pens, too. You get to see all your friends again, and that “first day of school” energy is something you can’t replicate. […]

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July 1, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

Supporter spotlight // Joshua Causie

Joshua Causie’s story is pretty amazing. Since originally stumbling upon Invisible Children, his journey has taken him through military service in Afghanistan and taught him to live for others. Today, he is one of our biggest supporters. But we’ll let him tell you the rest. // I first heard about Invisible Children at a concert several years […]

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June 25, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Supporter Spotlight // Mount Pleasant High School

Invisible Children runs, in large part, on the dedication and support of young people. School clubs across the country have always been huge in our efforts to fundraise and spread awareness. The community from Mount Pleasant High School (MPHS) has been a part of the Invisible Children movement for years, and Emily Spiegel, president of their Invisible Children […]

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June 19, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

Supporter Spotlight // Liesel Krouse

Butter knives: they are no longer just for smearing cream cheese on your bagel or cutting your sandwich in half. Now, they are works of art. And they are supporting our on-the-ground programming in Uganda, Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Before you write me off as crazy, listen up. And trust […]

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April 3, 2014

by Emma Williamson

Supporter Spotlight // Optimal Performance Training

I don’t spend a lot of my time, or for that matter any of my time, perusing inspirational-gym-videos on the Internet. However, if they all turned out to be as motivating and beautiful as Optimal Performance Training‘s newest video, I would definitely need to rethink my video watching schedule. (read as: less pug videos) Enter Joey Bellus […]

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March 11, 2014

by Emma Williamson

Supporter spotlight // Emily Ip

Meet Emily Ip. If a ray of sunshine somehow magically became a person, we’re convinced it would be Emily Ip. She is a mix of enthusiastic joy and endless creativity. If the world was full of Emily’s, the world would be a sunnier place. Emily is 18 years old and hails from the potato capital […]

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