They say the older you get, the wiser your teachers become. Whoever said that must have been a teacher, simply because it’s true. Today we celebrate National Teacher Day and honor those who have dedicated their careers to education, inspiration, and innovation. These selfless individuals are among our most valuable resources, and continue to equip generations with the tools [...] Read More
Ten days ago the government in Central African Republic (CAR) was overthrown by the Seleka rebels. Because of this, the mission to stop the LRA is in jeopardy. Today, Invisible Children is standing alongside civil society leaders in CAR as we urge the international community to uphold their commitments to protect innocent civilians and put a [...] Read More
In the midst of tackling hours & hours of teaching in U.S. classrooms, the Ugandans in our Teacher Exchange Program (TEX) have taken some time to tackle the outside world too. Their individual adventures have allowed them to experience the American culture, food, and weather outside of the classroom (and safe to say, outside of their [...] Read More
At MOVE:DC we hosted a Global Summit on the LRA which consisted of a panel of leaders from countries and global institutions with the highest stake in ending the LRA crisis. It was the first time that all of these international leaders gathered to discuss the ongoing conflict and what steps need to be taken to stop [...] Read More
Thousands of people, a sea of red shirts, a single purpose. Washington, DC was flooded yesterday with the contagious unity of people who wholeheartedly believe in international justice. To the thousands of those who joined us for MOVE:DC – thank you. Thank you for your commitment to seeing an end to the LRA, your commitment [...] Read More
We love us some George Bernard Shaw.