NATE “OTEKA” HENN
Nate worked with Invisible Children for a year and a half. He was a Roadie, a leader, a roommate, a friend, and a brother to many in this community. On July 11, 2010 he was killed by a terrorist’s bomb in Kampala, Uganda. He was 25 years old.
Nate left behind a legacy of honor, integrity, and service. He traveled around the United States, advocating on behalf of children in East and Central Africa who had been affected by Joseph Kony and the LRA’s atrocities. Nate lived a life that demanded explanation. He lived a life to be emulated.
We miss him and we honor him–today and everyday.
After his death, the Henn family wanted other people to have the opportunity to speak with their life the way Nate did–to speak with their hands and feet and humble service. They directed people who wanted to honor his life to donate to the Nate “Oteka” Henn Memorial Fund. This fund is used to support the Invisible Children Roadie internship and the awareness efforts that Nate made his life.
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