We always planned for our events to “bring it all together”. They simultaneously educated our supporters, while engaging political and cultural leaders — ultimately uniting people around the shared goal of permanently ending the LRA crisis . Through strength in numbers and power in creative action, we galvanized unprecedented attention to the LRA conflict and inspired action that changed culture, policy, and lives.
See how young people around the world have rallied together in the past to bring attention to the LRA conflict.
Global Night Commute
April 29, 2006
125 U.S. Cities
Invisible Children’s first national event in which the youth of America walked to their city centers in approximately 125 cities to sleep outside in solidarity with the night commuters in Uganda. It was one of the biggest demonstrations in the United States on an issue in sub-Saharan Africa.
April 28, 2007
15 U.S. Cities
Invisible Children’s second national event and a response to the crisis in northern Uganda’s Internally Displaced Person Camps.
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